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Branch-diagrams and mixed-version wc

From: Daniel Patterson <danpat_at_adaptiveinternational.com>
Date: 2003-07-14 13:11:57 CEST

Hello all,

  I'm trying to build a bit of a tool that I can use to generate branch
  diagrams directly from Subversion repositories. Mostly, not a
  except for one conceptual issue.

  How on earth do you represent a tag/branch that is made from a mixed
  version working copy? The situation I'm trying to draw a diagram for
  is the one outlined in the SVN book:


  Has anyone got any examples or seen any approach to drawing a diagram
  for something like that? On the diagram, I'm trying to represent
*what* constitutes the tag (or start of the branch), rather than simply
  when it is created. If you do an in-repository copy to create a tag,
  then the time of creation and the "source" of the tag line up niicely,
  but a "complex tag" is a different beast altogether.

  The whole goal of this is to try and draw pretty pictures to help
  our management visualise the contents of each of our releases, and how
  they relate to each other.


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