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How to tag Subversion in Eclipse?

 
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Hey Subversion gurus!

I need to create a tag for a directory in Subclipse, meaning Subversion in Eclipse.
How do I proceed with doing this?
Thanks in advance!

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Did you see the "Branch/Tag" entry in the "Team" context menu of the project?
 
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Hey Ilja,

Yes I know about that menu option, the question is more directed to what value should be added in the "To URL:" field. Since the URL that is default is the same as the one in "From WC at URL:".

From what Ive understood to create a tag of a directory a snapshot copy will be made to a new directory structure. I pressume that this new directory structure is the one that should be added in "To URL:"?
 
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I'd assume that it is the same URL that you would use at the command line. See http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch04s06.html
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