[holy ruby programmers batman!] svn access / next release
markus.prinz at qsig.org
Wed Jan 2 18:39:37 EST 2008
On 02.01.2008, at 21:12, Tim Connor wrote:
>> 1) Does a nice stress-free approach exist? (Letting somebody else
>> do it counts.)
> If there is an easy way to tag gems for release in RF, then yes (which
> there has to be, right?) - use the standard /tags /branches/ /trunk
> set-up and just tag trunk when it's at a stable point
Uhm, how does that involve RF? Tagging in Subversion is done by
creating a copy of trunk (or of a revision of trunk) in the tags-dir
(and then making it read-only if you know what's good for you).
And even if we used git (and git-svn) to develop UB, we could still
use svn to create a tag.
 I'm assuming RF stands for RubyForge.
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