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Re: Another bikeshed, another show...

From: Yoshiki Hayashi <yoshiki_at_xemacs.org>
Date: 2001-11-29 11:27:15 CET

Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> writes:

> A A 2 ./bardir
> M A 2 ./bardir/alpha
> _ A 2 ./bardir/beta
> _ A 2 ./bardir/gamma
> D 2 ./foodir
> Now the eye can see a "block" of paths that remind one that a subtree
> is scheduled for addition-with-history; but at the same time, one can
> see the mods within the directory as well.
> Is this good? Or is it too much? In theory, if one sees a directory
> scheduled for addition and something with an 'M' inside it, one can
> infer that it must be a copied subtree. On the other hand, nobody
> likes to look at paths and deduce what is within what. The 'block'
> of A's is easier to see.

I prefer this one. This cleary states the status of working
copy. Copy is likely to happen less than modify so I don't
think it is too much.

Yoshiki Hayashi
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