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Re: Easy comparisons between related trunks, branches, and tags

From: Alan Barrett <apb_at_cequrux.com>
Date: 2005-11-13 09:16:50 CET

On Sat, 12 Nov 2005, Marc Sherman wrote:
> Two properties are defined: svn:projectroot and svn:treeroot. No
> semantics are defined to the values of the properties; they're simply
> boolean flags, true if set, false if not.

So, if I understand correctly, svn:treeroot should never be set on both
a directory and any of its ancestors. This would make it difficult to
do something that's easy and common with CVS: have some branches that
affect the entire project, and other branches that affect only part of
the project. For example, in NetBSD, some branches affect the entire
"src" tree (userland and kernel), some affect only "src/sys" (kernel),
some affect src + xsrc, and others do something else.

-apb (Alan Barrett)

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