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Re: how to import without changing revision number ?

From: J. Bakshi <joydeep_at_infoservices.in>
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2009 13:23:37 +0530

Jake Stone wrote:
> 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
Hello Jake and Nicolai,

Thanks for your responses. Incrementing the revision number after the
import is natural and according to the concept of svn it is absolutely
ok. I want to have little different before providing the repo to the
users. I like to import all the stuffs of a webfolder of htdocs with
revision number 0 and then give the repo to the users so that they have
a repo with all the required files/folders with 0 revision number. after
that they continue working with it.



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