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Re: Two trunks in one repository?

From: Tech Geek <techgeek12345_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2010 15:40:11 -0700

>In SVN a working copy does not include the revision history, which remains
on the server (as opposed to Git or Hg).
Yes. I am aware of that.

> In order to see a revision graph (TortoiseSVN feature), you need to
communicate with the repository.
Yes. True.

>In fact, you don't even need a working copy in order to enter the
TortoiseSVN "Repo browser" and view the revision graph.
In this case I have to view the "Revision Graph" individually for PartA and
PartB. In fact I just tried creating the setup (not using externals so far)
that I described in my last post and I do not get the "Revision Graph"
option when I right click on "ProjectD" repository under the
TortoiseSVN->Repo-Browser. However I do get the "Revision Graph" option when
I right-click on PartA and PartB individually. I would like to see the
"Revision Graph" of both the PartA and PartB together so that the one can
get an overview of the entire project in just one snapshot. Is this
possible?
Received on 2010-09-10 00:40:50 CEST

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