[Zodb-checkins] Re: SVN: Ovulation.
chrism at plope.com
Wed Mar 29 10:19:57 EST 2006
On Mar 29, 2006, at 2:55 AM, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
> Chris McDonough wrote:
>> I copied the file revisions into the sandbox in order to not have
>> But I'm clearly incapable of understanding just HTF to use SVN
>> Why does it say I'm adding the file to the tag? And what does "U"
> That the file was changed.
>> I'm sure I've totally fucked things. Dammit.
>> Why does Subversion let you commit back to a tag?
> Because tags are just directory copies, like a branch.
That was a rhetorical question.
> I wish svn was able to give revision numbers human readable aliases.
> Then tagging would really mean selecting a particular revision and
> aliasing it with a name. No copy involved and no potential mess ups
I still don't understand why it committed back to the tag. I did an
"svn copy" to a sandbox, checked it out, and committed changes only
back to the sandbox. Isn't a copy a copy?
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