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passing -r through to externals

From: Jon Gorrono <jpgorrono_at_ucdavis.edu>
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 18:48:11 -0800

I can't find any archives of this list, so I joined in order to ask a
couple questions. I guess the first has just been asked (archives?)....

 the second is a bit more complicated....

stop me if you've heard this one :)

In short: Is there any way to get a rev passed from the client (say,
from -r switch) to effect the recursive updates that are based on

Central module looks like..

svn:externals in 'trunk' like ..

submoduleX [URLX]
submoduleY [URLY]
submoduleZ [URLZ]

svn:externals in 'branches' and 'tags' like ...

submoduleX -r x [URLX]
submoduleY -r y [URLY]
submoduleZ -r z [URLZ]

Now if I co trunk I will get the HEAD revision from each submodule's
URL. Makes good sense.

But if I co -r z of trunk, I *still* get he HEAD revision from each
submodule's URL.

Is there something like this that can be done:

submoduleX -r {$REVISION} [URLX]

where $REVISION takes on the value of the -r flag from the client?

Thanks for your time.

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