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Re: [Subclipse-dev] open resource from change path list

From: Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_javatx.com>
Date: 2005-06-21 17:57:58 CEST

Ian Brockbank wrote:

>>>What is the difference between an Eclipse "CVS commit set" and a
>>>Subversion revision?
>>>
>>>
>> I look at CVS commit set as a logical group of changes which is
>>belong to some specific activity, change or refactoring.
>>
>>
>That is exactly my understanding of the purpose of an atomic commit,
>which as I (and Mark) have said, is built into Subversion (and indeed
>most modern RCSs). If you want to call something "commit sets",
>please define it for Subversion as "the changes which make up a
>given revision". They really are a hack (however neat) to try to
>make CVS work slightly more like a proper RCS.
>
>
  Right. All I'm trying to say is that svn sync view should have an
option to see incoming changes groupped along svn revisions. :-)

  regards,
  Eugene
Received on Wed Jun 22 01:57:58 2005

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