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

From: Urs Thuermann <urs_at_isnogud.escape.de>
Date: 2006-06-13 06:45:32 CEST

Ong Leong Seng <account@comcrazy.info> writes:

> 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).

I think you should use tagging. You don't need to tag whole
directories. You can also do

    svn cp trunk/foo.doc tags/foo-2.4.doc


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