|Subject:||Re: [Dolibarr-dev] Can't SVN switch from 3.8.4 to 3.9.3|
|Date:||Wed, 17 Aug 2016 13:00:40 +0000|
Sasa Ostrouska a écrit le 17/08/2016 à 12:25 :
I've not found a tutorial to do the same thing.
On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 10:10 AM, Jacques PYRAT <address@hidden> wrote:
Xebax a écrit le 17/08/2016 à 11:23 :
I do this with dolibarr since 3.4 version.Hi, I've done some tests. Try with --ignore-ancestry, that should work: svn sw --ignore-ancestry ^/tags/3.9.3/htdocs But you really should do the install and upgrade using the tarballs or any other documented and officially supported method.
The problem with SVN arise once in the past.
See "Bad history for 3.5.1 tag on GitHub (with SVN)" thread on 14/03/2014
It was fixed at that time.
And I don't like using the .tgz method because it leaves old file that are no longer part of new version in place, with potential security risks.
I've learned the SVN way with SPIP ;-)
SVN update old file, put new files, and *remove* file that were in the repository but no longer in the new version.
I also like SVN and use it for some of my projects, but Dolibarr uses git, so the best thing you do is to switch to git from svn.
Basically with git you can do same things as with svn and some more. It should be easy to switch to git if you are used to svn.
And it would be useless on my installation : how do I switch easily from SVN to GIT ?
And GitHub support SVN !
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