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RE: Create a tag on a single file

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 10:59:03 -0400

>I have a directory structure that is being used to collaborate on the development of a standard. There is no build associated with this project, and so >there usually isn't any need to maintain a configuration of related files. However, we do need to keep specific tags on versions of the SoaML.doc file >representing its state after each ballot. So I wanted to create a tag for the document. What would be the best way to do this? I tried selecting the >SoaML.doc file and using TortoiseSVN-->Branch/tag... to copy the .../SoaML.doc into .../Beta/submission.doc to create the Beta tag. But I get:
>Copy D:\allWorkspaces\rsaWorkspaces7.1\UPMS\docs\SoaML Submission\SoaML.doc to >https://dev.enterprisecomponent.com:9992/repos/UPMS/UPMS/docs/SoaML Submission/Beta/SoaML.doc, Revision 18804
>Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to PROPFIND
>request for '/repos'

>What am I doing wrong?

You don't really "tag" a file. You copy a path at a point in time (revision). so, when you create a tag you are creating a copy of a path. Your best bet would be to have that one file in a folder by itself... then you could copy that one folder into your tags folder.



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