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From: Res Pons <pons32_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-10 23:20:57 CEST

I have a small problem.

Normally when tagging after a build, I commit my working folder to the
project's tag subdirectory by doing a -- svn cp wc url -m "comment"

We always do full builds everyday. Today we did an incremental build off the
same pristine wc, the only change was the addition of 2 new .htm files and
deletion of 4 other files. So I did an update on wc from svn, which
downloaded the 2 files and removed the 4 deleted files. So my wc is in
synch with the repo now. But my original tagged folder still contains the 6
affected files. How should I do this? Should I remove the entire tagged
folder in the repo and just copy my wc over again to have the latest
changes. Or just cp over the 2 new files and delete the 4 files from the
tags folder directly? Thanks.

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