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RE: Don't commit during tagging
RE: Don't commit during tagging
Sun, 03 Jul 2005 13:26:29 -0700
Needn't worry about that. CVS tags the matching copies of the revisions in
your working folder only. In other words, if you just did a checkout of
-foo.bar (rev 1.6) and a developer shortly after, committed a new rev 1.7,
your build and compile are based on 1.6 and when you tag
cvs/respository/project...you have only tagged rev 1.6 (e.g.
release_build_1.2.139) and 1.7 is not of your concern. And when you do a
checkout base on release_build_1.2.139 in the future, you'd always get rev
1.6 of -foo.bar.
To ensure proper tagging I always work with a clean & fresh working folder.
Delete your local project and do a fresh checkout. You can now tag this
pristine working folder, however, if your build does not compile or the
Mainline's in a broken state (it does happen, you know?), then you've just
wasted a tag.
I always tag after, only because I have to modify couple of files and commit
them during or after the build. Historically most folks or build/release
engineers tag after they've made sure they have a clean build. But everyone
does it differently based on their needs.
AlwaysSo it doesn't matter whether you t
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From: "Stephan Lange" <address@hidden>
Subject: Don't commit during tagging
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2005 20:25:03 +0200
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We are using cvs in an enterprise web-application development project.
My task is the build and deployment of the new releases.
The build will be making every week. Before I start the process I tag all
the modules I need and then check out the modules with this tag.
The tagging process needs time because some modules are very big.
The question is, how can I be sure that during my tagging operation, no
developer is committing some new stuff to the modules?
Thanks for your help!
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