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Old 05-13-2005, 08:59 AM   #1
faezeh
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version control with subversion(svn) in FC3


hello,


When working with subversion,When you want to refer to a particular
revision in the repository,instread of using the number of the revision,
you can use some keywords such as "pre "and "commited" or "base"
and "head",what is the difference between "pre" and "commited",
and what is the meaning of the base revision whaen the files in your
working copy can have different revision numbers after a commit?

Thanks

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