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Re: Doing builds with subversion

From: Nathan Nobbe <quickshiftin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 03:20:49 CEST

perhaps im a bit of a newb; can you spell out some of the terms youve
abbreviated for me?

On 6/18/07, Tom Kielty <tom.kielty@calabrio.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the information. I have been working on our process since
> this e-mail. Currently I am doing a tag then a co from the tag. Also for
co = checkout

> the rc's I am logging each rc that is updated and then doing a single ci
rc = ?
ci = check in?

> at the end of the build process into the tag. That is working great.
>
> However, the issue I am dealing with now is how to accomplish merge
> discussed below. As my WC is from the tag when a developer has a build
WC = working copy

> fix I thought he could tell me the revision number of his ci. Then I
> would merge that revision with the tag and be good to go. What I did not
> understand was that the merge, merges with my WC not the tag. So then I
> need to ci the tag. But at that point I have many other files that are
> either updated (the rc's) or new and the ci gets flagged. So it seems
> that I need to do an explicit ci for the updated files. What I am
> worried about is how much manual work this is and if there are many
> files that are updated it will take a lot of time to get these updated
> in the tag.
>
> Is there a simpler approach to do a merge and only ci those files to the
> tag when other files are flagged as modified or un-versioned?

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