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Re: Are complex tags bad, evil, from hell?

From: Reinhard Brandstädter <reinhard.brandstaedter_at_jku.at>
Date: 2006-11-15 15:47:16 CET

On Wednesday 15 November 2006 15:30, Nikki Locke wrote:

> How do you make a tag GONE? Surely the whole point of a revision control
> system is that nothing is ever gone?

svndumpfilter might be a solution. But how to make a tag gone is out of scope
here. I wanted to stress that it's impossible to create the "same" tag (or a
tag with exactly the same content) again if you can't look closely at the
complex-tag.
If you don't tag at all (which no-one does!) you could still write down the
exact revision number on trunk that reflects a stable version in your
project-management papers and will still be able to recreate the version
until forever.

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