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Re: dos about revisions (was Re: manual nit)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-11-26 16:44:01 CET

"Perry E. Metzger" <perry@wasabisystems.com> writes:

> It notes that there is no such thing as a revision for an individual
> file. It says nothing about the equivalent of RCS keywords like
> $Id$.

As Mike said, keyword expansions are forthcoming.

> I might still want to be able to identify which revision and branch
> a file originated on in a customer delivered set.

Every node in the filesystem remembers the revision in which it was
first created. Nodes have no idea what 'branch' they belong to, since
branches and tags are ordinary directories. But if a file is copied
to a branch or tag area, the copy-history is remembered.

If running 'svn log foo.c' showed you the history of foo.c -- and
traced all the way back to the first revision in which it was created,
as well as the directory in which it originated... that's enough for
your use-case, right?

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