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Re: three projects using the same file (symbolic links?)

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-22 00:37:13 CET

On Mar 21, 2007, at 15:03, Stefan Müller wrote:

> Thanks! I got this to work, but there is a problem: kdesvn does not
> recognize if something in the external directory has changed. It only
> recognizes if I commited the stuff in the external directory.

Although the external directory is inside your working copy
directory, you must commit change in your non-external code and
changes in your external code separately. The changes cannot be made
in the same revision.

> Also I would like to have a snapshot of project 1 that contains
> everything in a certain state that worked and a snapshot of project 2
> that contains everything.
> The version numbers of the external items seem to be unrelated to the
> numbers I get for the internal stuff.

Use svncopy.pl when you tag, instead of creating the tag manually.
svncopy.pl will add revision numbers to your external definitions,
giving you what you want.

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