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How does one go about marking a major revision using the Subclipse plugin? I'd like to mark a project at the end of an iteration such that it's possible to revert if necessary without going through endless changes.

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Assuming that your repository is divided into branches, trunk and tags, i'd suggest that you create a new tag.

Use the "Branch/Tag" command after commiting your work. It makes a copy that is called a tag and is stored (usually) in the "tags" folder.

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Thanks. Had trouble finding out how to create a tag. The following should be useful: ist.berkeley.edu/as-ag/tools/usage/subclipse-usage-tips.html – James Poulson May 16 '10 at 8:51
    
If this answer helped you it'll be much appreciated if you could "check" this answer =) – lajuette May 17 '10 at 13:15
    
It did indeed help. Done :) – James Poulson May 21 '10 at 14:42

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