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svn-tag plugin

Weichselbaumer Michael (MWE 4170)
Hey!
 
As far as I can see, svn-tag plugin's behaviour is strange, because if you set the projects SCM for example to trunk and after a successful build are going to tag it, all the modules which were checked out of the SCM become subfolders in the tag, except for the first one.
 
 
e.g.
 
somerep
    - trunk
        - basic
               - folder1
               - folder2
        - basic-profile
               - folder3
               - folder4
        - basic-stuff
        - ....
    - tags
        - tag1
        - tag2
 
then i'm building for example the basic & basic-profile projects, the build is successful and I'm going to tag it.
this is the result:
 
somerep
    - trunk
        - basic
               - folder1
               - folder2
        - basic-profile
               - folder3
               - folder4
        - basic-stuff
        - ....
    - tags
        - tag1
        - tag2
        - tag3
            - basic-profile
                - folder3
                -folder4   
            - folder1
            - folder2
 
the first project to be checked out by the SCM is always deployed in the base-directory of the tag, not in it's specific subfolders. the following projects are then deployed in their specific subfolders. i made a workaround, by checking out a "dummy"-project first, which is empty, i can successfully tag the build. but if i have to check out that build again - the "dummy" project of course is missing.
I hope you can see that this problem causes me to be not able to change a tag or branch and build it, and if this is successful, lets me tag it or branch it as i wish.
@the author of the svn-tag plugin: could you please change this behaviour?!
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Re: svn-tag plugin

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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I think filing an issue in the issue tracker with the right component is
a good way to get the attention from the author.

Sometimes the traffic is too much for folks to notice.

(And as usual, patches are always welcome!)

Weichselbaumer Michael wrote:

> Hey!
>  
> As far as I can see, svn-tag plugin's behaviour is strange, because if
> you set the projects SCM for example to trunk and after a successful
> build are going to tag it, all the modules which were checked out of the
> SCM become subfolders in the tag, except for the first one.
>  
>  
> e.g.
>  
> somerep
>     - trunk
>         - basic
>                - folder1
>                - folder2
>         - basic-profile
>                - folder3
>                - folder4
>         - basic-stuff
>         - ....
>     - tags
>         - tag1
>         - tag2
>  
> then i'm building for example the basic & basic-profile projects, the
> build is successful and I'm going to tag it.
> this is the result:
>  
> somerep
>     - trunk
>         - basic
>                - folder1
>                - folder2
>         - basic-profile
>                - folder3
>                - folder4
>         - basic-stuff
>         - ....
>     - tags
>         - tag1
>         - tag2
>         - tag3
>             - basic-profile
>                 - folder3
>                 -folder4    
>             - folder1
>             - folder2
>  
> the first project to be checked out by the SCM is always deployed in the
> base-directory of the tag, not in it's specific subfolders. the
> following projects are then deployed in their specific subfolders. i
> made a workaround, by checking out a "dummy"-project first, which is
> empty, i can successfully tag the build. but if i have to check out that
> build again - the "dummy" project of course is missing.
> I hope you can see that this problem causes me to be not able to change
> a tag or branch and build it, and if this is successful, lets me tag it
> or branch it as i wish.
> @the author of the svn-tag plugin: could you please change this
> behaviour?!
>

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Kohsuke Kawaguchi
Sun Microsystems                   http://weblogs.java.net/blog/kohsuke/

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