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From Justin Mclean <jus...@classsoftware.com>
Subject Re: [LAZY] Commit en_AU and en_GB locales to SVN
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2012 08:42:14 GMT
Hi Alex,

> Let's say the SVN with history is rev 1000.  You are about to commit rev
> 1001.  Later we'll add in the compiler at rev 1002.  To build parity, we
> want 1000 and 1002, but not 1001.  I don't think tags can do that, but I've
> never used them.

It's simple to do.
1. Extra stuff is checked in making revision 1001
2. The compiler is checkin making revision 1002

To make baseline build you'd need to:
1. Check out everything (you get full version 1002)
2. Check out frameworks directory revision 1000

A tag would make it a little easier in that you wouldn't have to know the revision numbers
ie you would check out the frameworks directory via a tag name. You could also checkout frameworks
directory based on date using the {YYYY-MM_DD} syntax. You don't even need to use the command
line to do this as all these option are build into most SVN clients including subclipse in
Flash Builder (right click on frameworks, select Team then "Select to other Tag/Branch/Revision...").

Perhaps we need to put together a little SVN tutorial on the wiki?

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