Having read several docs, I am still uncertain of how I am supposed to
correctly amend a tagged level. Essentially, I created a tag but some
changes were committed late to the trunk that should be included in the
Specifically, the following two entries do not seem to agree on the topic.
Fixing an incorrect tag.
If your tag is a bit off, you can "adjust" it just as people often do in
CVS. Simply check out a working copy of the tag directory, make any
changes you wish, and commit
SVN book (#1337)
Just as with branches, the only reason a copied directory is a ?tag? is
because humans have decided to
treat it that way: as long as nobody ever commits to the directory, it
forever remains a snapshot. If people start committing
to it, it becomes a branch
If a user accidentally commits a change to a tag-directory, you can simply
undo the change as discussed in the previous section.
What I think I am supposed to do is merge the specific changeset from the
trunk into the tagged level. When users subsequently "checkout the tagged
level" they are really asking for the HEAD revision of a tagged "branch"
and it will therefore include the new updates.
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Received on Mon Mar 27 11:47:59 2006