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From: James Courtier-Dutton <james.dutton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-28 13:38:45 CEST


I have a svn repository with a number of files in it.

I want to be able to label each file with a tag that indicates the
purpose of the file.

For example, I might have one set of files for one customer, and
another set of files for another customer, with some overlap between
the files.

I would then want to be able to filter the view of the files in the
repository based on these labels. I would than want to tag the set
based on the view.
So, later I could see which versions of which files were sent to
customer A on date xyz.

I can currently do tagging, but I cannot seem to apply any label and
tag based on the label. I can only currently do tagging to a file or
an entire directory.

Also, if I tag a file for one customer, and that same file has to go
to a second customer, the tagging increases the revision number, so it
looks like a different file.
So, is there any way to tag a file in the repository with two
different tags, and not have the revision number different?

Can anyone help?


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