|Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Using map files with Subversion
> I thought it was used to specify different versions of plugins/features toI'm not 100% sure whether we are saying the same, so let me rephrase:
> look and checkout during the build process,
The map file lets you select one specific version for each feature/plugin
included in the build.
> but all map files I saw point to the same tag/version/revision.The example at http://wiki.eclipse.org/Subversive_PDE_Fetch contains:
meaning that this feature and its plugin are both checked out from the tag
"tags/v20070222". Of course, different plugins could be fetched from different
tags. If specifying a tag is not sufficient for your case, you might need the
"revision" keyword (which I haven't used - so I can't comment on that).
A real world map file using SVN can be found here:
(you might want to compare a few different versions of this map),
but note, that in our case omitting the tag attribute works only because
we use the patch from https://bugs.eclipse.org/301045
Does any of this answer your question?
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