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Making sure the tag name matches the version in a POM

From: <webpost_at_tigris.org>
Date: Thu, 5 Mar 2009 11:07:17 -0800 (PST)

I am using Maven to management my builds and I would like to create unique tags in by SVN repo that match each of my formal releases (version 1.0 is in /tags/1.0, etc.). Rather than trust myself to always be correct, I would like SVN to help me follow this rule. My original thought was to create a pre-commit trigger that parses the pom.xml to get the version and compare it to the changed directory name, but I can't find a command that will let me get to the pom.xml before it is committed. I could probably create a post-commit trigger that finds the pom.xml based on the revision and deletes the tag if the tag name is not correct, but that sounds like a bad idea. Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks a lot.


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