On Jul 3, 2008, at 03:52, Sathishkumar.P wrote:
> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jul 3, 2008, at 01:28, Sathishkumar.P wrote:
>>> I am new to SVN server. I need to maintain a separate revision
>>> number for each project in the repository instead of having the
>>> global revision number.
>> That's not how revision numbers work in Subversion. A revision
>> number is global for a repository, and it is simply the number of
>> changes that have been made to a repository, nothing more.
>>> For example, we have 3 projects in the repository the revision
>>> number should look like this when importing each project and it
>>> increments separately for each project while commiting that
>>> particular project
>>> calc/ ------------------->revision number 0.1.0
>>> utilities/ ------------------->revision number 0.1.0
>>> paint/ ------------------->revision number 0.1.0
>>> Please let me know how to do this...
>>> I googled for the answer but i didnt get any proper response...
>> A revision number in a Subversion repository is not a dotted
>> number like that (and like in CVS), but a monotonically increasing
>> If you want each project to have its own revision numbers, you
>> must put each project in its own repository. But before you do
>> that, I would seriously ask yourself why you care what the
>> revision number is. It's an internal Subversion mechanism for
>> storing your changes, which happens to be exposed at some points,
>> but it really shouldn't matter to you what format Subversion's
>> revision numbers take. Any publicly-facing version numbers for
>> your project should be separate from the revision number and
>> invented by you, for example in the names of your tags and branches.
> For example, If I am working on project calc/trunk and
> some body working on paint/trunk
> At the time of checkout my and others revision number will be 3
> While the person working on paint project will commit his code,
> the revision number will increased to 4 but still my working copy
> will have revision 3. So when i do commit it says svn: File not
> found: transaction '4-1' .
Not sure why you're getting this error message. That's not supposed
to happen. Perhaps your repository permissions are not set up
correctly. Try this FAQ entry:
> This will makes me confusing whether the changes will be happened
> in my project or else in some other project.
> How to avoid the above isssue???
> and if i did some major changes in my working copy and i want
> to revert back to my original version how to do that???
I think you need to spend some time reading the Subversion Book to
understand how to use Subversion.
For example, using svn log and other commands to examine the history
and see what was done when and where is discussed here:
Undoing changes using svn merge is discussed here:
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Received on 2008-07-03 11:14:08 CEST