Re: Can't commit contents of symbolically linked files with Subversion 1.7.2...
On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 06:06:52PM +0200, Thorsten Schöning wrote:
> I don't think so, I need the tag to be as it is now, because that's
> what get's deployed to the production servers and it really consists
> all a web application for a customer needs and I want it versioned in
> one combined folder. Because former versions of the svn client seemed
> to ignore my file replacement to a symlink we were able to implement
> this fast bugfix process: Test the customer templates and most of the
> configuration with the symlinked programs from trunk, fix the bug in
> trink while testing it with the customer installation and if it was
> fixed just commit on the development server once for trunk and once
> for the customer folder. Only th latter brekas now so it seems I just
> have to adjust my workflow to merge the commits from trunk to the
> customer in a separate step and folder without the symlinks.
Yes. I would say that a merge is the correct thing to do here anyway
in terms of process policy. It seems better to track the fix being merged
to each customer-specific branch (is there ever more than one customer
branch involved in your case?), rather than having two independent
non-merge commits that happen to fix the same problem.
Received on 2012-04-24 18:25:54 CEST
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