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Re: Tags vs. labels

From: Dripple <dripple2_at_laposte.net>
Date: 2006-03-31 08:36:47 CEST

And if I want to label each and every commit, is it possible to "tag"
any working copy instead of committing to the trunk ? If it is possible,
one other question is : how others user will get the last "tagged"
version, instead of the one in the trunk ?

Markus KARG a écrit :

> Dripple schrieb:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'm currently reading the SVN User Book. I found that SVN somehow has
>> a "tag" feature, which is in fact a subdirectory of a project. My
>> point is to manage differetn revisions of a file, directory, or mixed
>> with my own named revision numbers. For exemple, instead of having
>> revision nr. 123, I'd have revision nr. V1.2_0003.
>>
>> That's why I'd like to have labels to do it... And then develop a
>> script that allows users to load a revision using labels instead of
>> revision numbers...
>>
>> Is it possible ?
>>
>> Thanks for any comment.
>>
>> Dripple
>>
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> Dripple,
>
> you don't need to write a script, you can just use svn's CLI. All you
> need to create your own "label" is the svn copy command. If you want
> to retrieve the "labelled" version, just use the "label"'s URL instead
> of the trunk URL. You'll find examples for both in the SVN book.
>
> Markus

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