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Re: help with a particular layout and deploy config

From: Lucas Stephanou <domluc_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-20 18:58:41 CEST

thx for you reply,
but you loose the point :-)

I want a package with just that files, but the full tree of GB is much

I need a way to checout/export and got only files that as marked ( how

in this case I want to package 4 files, ok!.
in the zip must be just this files
why, 'cause this is a upgrade package, when costumer unzip this, it will
overwrite just this files in right place.

if need more explain, please, ask me for that!

On 8/20/07, Rainer Sokoll <R.Sokoll@intershop.de> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 16, 2007 at 05:14:28PM -0300, Lucas Stephanou wrote:
> > example:
> > John is manager of GB subproject, and he decide to make a package with a
> > bugfixes that involves
> > GB/sources/PHP/module_b/file1.php
> > GB/sources/PHP/module_b/file2.php
> > GB/sources/JAVA/module_a/file2.php
> > GB/sources/JAVA/module_b/file1.php
> > and here come my question, how I can made this using subversion? how I
> can
> > mark this files to be part of my package.
> You could use a property, for example "svn:belongs_to: GB" or
> svn:belongs_to_GB: yes".
> On the other side: You already know that all under GB belongs to GB, so
> I don't see your problem. But maybe I got you wrong.
> Rainer
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Lucas Stephanou
Received on Mon Aug 20 18:56:36 2007

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