Stefan Küng wrote:
> Peter McNab wrote:
>> Hi Devs, again
>> Sorry to be a pain.
>> I'm thinking the rev graph behavior is slightly out of step with TSVN
>> In TSVN when one clicks on a folder and say does a check for mods you
>> see only the mods on files and folder within that folder.
>> Same if you open the folder and click in the whitespace.
>> In my "Branches" folder there are three named branches.
>> If I right click on any of these and create a rev graph I see a graph
>> containing details of the other two branches as well.
>> In fact clicking on any named branch produces the same graph detail
>> as clicking any other named branch, at the same level.
>> It seems to me that behavior should better occur if the whitespace in
>> the branches folder was the instigating point.
> That's the expected behavior: I guess all those three branches were
> created from /trunk? In that case, the graph *has* to show the other
> branches as well, because it's the 'same' path in history (it was the
> same path at one time in history).
Yes, all have been derived from the trunk but at significantly different
stages of the project. So it seems inconsistent when looking at the
graph for a relatively new branch that it also brings up totally
unrelated earlier branches. I would expect when clicking on the most
recently created branch folder to only see a graph for the revisions
from when it was created. However it's showing deleted branches and
stuff that happened way before it was created, making it hard to get an
uncluttered view. (Yes I know deletes can be hidden but..)
Similarly when clicking on the Branches folder I seems to me it would be
more consistent to see revs from when it was created and in that get the
Somehow it would be nice to click on Trunk and see at which rev
branches, tags etc were created from it.
It's obviously a complex piece of code and that would have an effect on
resisting change but is what I'm suggesting making usability sense at all?
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Received on 2008-03-09 22:32:54 CET