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

From: Jim Blandy <jimb_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2005-11-13 09:55:42 CET

On 11/13/05, Alan Barrett <apb@cequrux.com> wrote:
> 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.

My last proposal had a way to deal with these, but I didn't write it
up. The comments I wrote mentioned that the value of
svnp:parallel-root should always be ".", but didn't explain further.
To create a branch of only a portion of the project, say
"subdir1/subdir2", you would set the svnp:parallel-root property's
value to "subdir1/subdir2"; that could then be inserted/removed as

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