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Track Document Version Number (Not SVN Revision) with easy searching

From: Ong Leong Seng <account_at_comcrazy.info>
Date: 2006-06-09 11:48:47 CEST

Hi all,

The scenario is I have one SVN repos store all my project document.
Below are the doc list.

1. User Manual (doc)
2. Project Plan (mpp)
3. Project Tracking Report (xls)
4. Risk Profile (doc)
5. ......

Before I use SVN, all document will be manually versioned after baseline
like userdoc_v1_1.doc, projplan_v2_3.mpp ......

After using SVN, all the file name became userdoc.doc, projplan.mpp in
order for SVN to keep the change history.

I face a problem now, since I have commit a changes in any file for the
repos, the SVN revision number increase one that applicable to all doc.
If I have baseline my projplan.mpp (ver 2.4) at revision 560, projplan
(ver 2.5) at revision 600 and after that revision has been increase to
788 because of SVN commit.

At this point, I wish to retrieve the projplan.doc (ver 2.4) but I have
lost track which SVN revision number is the projplan.doc (ver 2.4).

Is there any way to track the document version number in order for easy
searching and reference?

Thank you


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