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a little help sorting things out

From: Matthew Smith <chedderslam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 07:52:02 -0500

I'm not very good with svn and have just inherited an app using it for
version control. Currently we are migrating an application from one server
to another and I need to sync the code from the current server back to the
repository, then deploy it on the new server. The last person in charge of
the repository has created several tags, with different directories on the
current server pointing to different tags.

Here's the results of "svn info" on the different directories on the
current/live server:

(application root)
URL: (server)/(app)/tags/production

(application root)/src

(application root)/bin

(application root)/templates

So basically I want to commit the production server code to the mr-04-17-08
tag, then copy it over to the production tag, then deploy on the new server.

I am just concerned about where the code will get committed to because the
different subdirectories point to different places on the repository. How do
I make sure that the code gets committed to the mr-04-17-08 tag?

Received on 2008-07-22 14:52:29 CEST

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