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Re: Different ways to create tags -- is this OK?

From: Jennifer Kesterson <Jennifer.A.Kesterson_at_jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: 2006-02-10 20:16:42 CET

>Well, you can copy them both from the same source revision... Do a
>log --stop-on-copy of the subsystem tags to see where they were copied
>from, and then copy from the same path/rev into your system tag. Or
>just copy from the subsystem tag into the system tag, that'll ensure
>that you've got identical contents. I mean the idea is that they
>should have the same contents, right? So copying right from the
>subsystem tags would certainly accomplish that.

You said "just copy from the subsystem tag into the system tag"

Is it possible to copy a subsystem tag "into" a system (or other) tag that
already exists? In other words, suppose I create system tag "system_n.n"
from a copy of the subsystem tag "subsystem1_n.n".

Can I then put subsystem2_n.n into the same system_n.n?

I didn't think that was possible, so that's why I just made the system tag
from a copy of the directory that contains all the subsystem tags.

Thank you for your help with this. I'm beginning to realize this is easier
than I am making it. :-) We just want to make sure that our method is
valid because we are new to Subversion and our deliveries consist of the
system tag.


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