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How to track changes with subversion

From: ying lcs <yinglcs_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-16 18:39:59 CET


I have a general question about how to track changes with subversion.
Let say I have a trouble ticket #2. I check out the trunk from subversion.
And after I am done with my changes , I call 'svn commit' and
subversion will create a 'revision'.

$ svn commit -m "Fix #2. Switch to use relative path"

Sending sample/changeToOffical.sh
Sending sample/changeToStandAlone.sh
Transmitting file data ....
Committed revision 8.

But what if I realize my changes is incomplete, the I need to add more
files. If I do a 'svn commit' again, subversion will create a new

What if there is another person will do a svn commit between my 2 'commit's?
And when the build person builds a build with just my fix, how can he
do it ? Since my fix now span in 2 revisions.

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