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Re: Comparing a file in two branches

From: ThePants999 <chris.paterson_at_metaswitch.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2008 04:49:06 -0700 (PDT)

Simon Large-5 wrote:
> The context menu is already very large, so adding all the extended
> options as well would make it huge. One day we may redesign the menu
> system to use sub-menus, but for now you get what you get ;-)
Sure - I'm happy! :-)

Simon Large-5 wrote:
> This is CVS style branching, which makes the sort of history tracing
> you describe easy, but renames and tree changes are a nightmare.
> Subversion works quite differently in this respect, but as a side
> effect you don't have easy access to this info.
Yes, absolutely - one of the many reasons we're moving to SVN! Guess I
should have anticipated some side effects, but it's not a killer.

Simon Large-5 wrote:
> The log message cache in 1.5 should make revision graphs substantially
> faster once the messages and revision info have been cached.
Ah, so it does! I hadn't tried opening another one, thanks! Does this cache
get incrementally updated as more commits are made? (I.e. - does it always
show you all revisions, regardless of what your working copy is, and is it
reasonably quick to pick up new revisions, rather than having to start

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