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Tagging an existing tag?

From: JBT <jbt_at_phocat.com>
Date: 2006-02-03 17:09:03 CET


I'm a long time cvs user who recently switched to subversion. While
I've read the manual and faq, I am still confused about svn copy for
making tags.

I have an an existing tagged tree and I would like to apply another
label to it as part of a automated build process. But it looks like
if I try:

  svn copy http://localhost/repos/drivers/tag/base-1.1 \
    http://localhost/repos/drivers/tag/release-1.00.01 -m "Build 1.00.01"

it looks like I'm getting a new revision of the HEAD in release-1.00.01

Is it possible to tag a tag in subversion? If so, is svn copy the
correct way to do so? Or am I just having some sort of operator on
my part?

Thanks from a neophyte.

- JBT -

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