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Re: how to import without changing revision number ?

From: Jake Stone <jake.the.stone_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2009 02:29:43 -0500

Hello Bakshi,

It looks like you're asking if you can avoid changing the revision
number when you make changes (IE, commit) to the repository. To my
knowledge, this cannot be subverted because the concept is integral to
subversion - if you don't want individual changes to be tracked and
reported, why are you using a version control system? If you want to
keep track of work done on a project, or a version number of some kind,
you should use some external method (a common method is the /tags
folder, check the manual).

Perhaps I don't understand your question - feel free to clarify if I
haven't done your question justice.
Jake Stone

J. Bakshi wrote:
> Hello list,
> In a newly created repo whenever I import files folder it also
> incremented the revision number. Is there any way to keep the revision
> number intact when importing ?
> Thanks
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