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Re: Tag to main line

From: Talden <talden_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 19:26:18 +1200

Modha Khammammettu wrote:
>> Hi All
>>
>> I have tagged my SVN project.
>>
>> Some changes after I tagged messed up the code, can you please tell me how
>> to make the tagged code replace the current code.

Daniel Becroft wrote:
> Perform a reverse merge to roll-back those revisions that have caused the
> issue. You shouldn't need to delete trunk.

Is another way to use svnmucc and 'rm trunk cp TAGREV trunk trunk'?

That is, remove the current trunk and replace it with a copy from the
tagged revision. This would remove the unwanted changes from the
trunks line of history and doesn't show changes going into and out of
the tag path - this should be just as cheap as copying the tag and
much cheaper than the merge. Does this have any unpleasant
consequences?

--
Talden
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