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Re: I, too, miss tags.

From: Saulius Grazulis <grazulis_at_ibt.lt>
Date: 2006-02-28 08:44:56 CET

On Monday 27 February 2006 22:42, Dale Strickler wrote:

> I would change Robs Example like this
>
> >/
> >         /trunk
> >         /branches
> >                 /project1/RobsWork/File1.c
>
>                          /DalesWork/File1.c
>
> >                 /project2
> >                 /project3
> >
> >And I have a property at / saying r100:VERSION_1_0
>
> Now Version_1_0 refers to two version of File1.c in the same
> project.  

No it does not, for the reason you yourself have mentioned below:

> You need to remember that in SVN revision numbers are NOT a
> revision of a file.  They are a revisions of the WHOLE archive at a
> single point of transaction, like a commit.

If you recall our initial definition, "LABEL <=> revision number", you will
see that File1.c is not present in the repo at VERSION_1_0 (that is, at
r100).

'svn co -rVERSION_1_0 ...' would give you WC without that file, like the 'svn
co -r100 ...'.

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