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Re: I, too, miss tags.

From: Patrick Burleson <pburleson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-24 20:48:01 CET

On 2/24/06, Vincent Starre <vstarre@comcast.net> wrote:
> Oh come on, just because svn's tags are a bit longer than CVS's is no
> reason to ignore every one of svn's helpful features at once :)
> To make the tag, do this (and write a good log message about why you're
> doing it)
> svn cp svn://repos/path/to/trunk svn://repos/path/to/tags/feature-X-stable

This got me thinking about how we use tags in CVS. Is it possible to
make a subversion tag based on the revisions in my local working copy?
We use that "feature" of CVS's tagging to tag things on our test and
staging servers. We tag based on the local working copy so we don't
accidently get stuff that's been checked in since, but hasn't shown up
on the server yet.

I guess I could achieve this with svn cp -R 12345 ... , is that the right idea?


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