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Jan, > I think you are `abusing' tags. It sounds like you add a tag > to a file when it belongs to a certain group Well spotted - I never would have worked out that was the point - though it makes now... We have thought about the need to store arbitrary attributes on files and or on revisions for some time, and it is sometimes listed as a feature of SVN: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch07s02.html Tony added a kind of this feature to 2.5.04 with keywords: http://www.cvsnt.org/manual_testing_2.5/html/User-Defined-Keywords.html# id2589665 However 2.6/3.1/EVS has a much more flexible approach - really any sort of attributes can be added, though I doubt that Tony has written a command line interface to it yet (thought you could just use a SVN client I suppose, EVS works well with SVN clients, particularly TortoiseSVN). I very much doubt if the user defined attributes show up in the "Log" output or can be used as "checkout critieria", though they are all good suggestions and again I think the svn command line may let you use the "list" command to do something similar... Regards, Arthur Barrett