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Re: Branch-diagrams and mixed-version wc

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-14 17:37:09 CEST

Daniel Patterson <danpat@adaptiveinternational.com> writes:

> 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:

I think there are only two kinds of diagrams that are interesting to
draw in svn:

 1. node history

     This would look like Clearcase... you can see all the
     predecessors of a node, and all of the branching successors of a
     node -- both edits and copies. Each node has a (created rev,
     created path) pair written next to it.

 2. branching history

     This is a just a diagram of a directory's copy-history. It would
     show that /trunk got copied to /branches/foo, which later got
     copied to /tags/foo.

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