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liudr

Sep 24, 2011, 05:40 pm Last Edit: Sep 24, 2011, 05:43 pm by liudr Reason: 1
Totally newb using google code. Today I found a mistake in one of my files and decide to deprecate it. Now how do I upload an updated file that will be related with this old version? Is that possible?

Thanks!

PS: if I want to upload again with the same name, I get an error, file already exists.

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On the Source tab or the Downloads tab?

liudr



On the Source tab or the Downloads tab?


download tab. Should I use the source tab for code?

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For things on the Download tab, I've been appending a revision number ("_0001" for first revision, "_0002" for the second, etcetera).  So far that has been a reasonable compromise.

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Should I use the source tab for code?


I do.  But, I believe, you have to use a Subversion client to upload new versions.  In my opinion, it is worth the effort.

Google provides this link for a list of clients...
http://subversion.apache.org/packages.html

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