I was reading the following post from the subversion user's list
On Sep 27, 2004, at 5:10 PM, Simon Large wrote:
> OK, here is one minor gripe with tags. After I build my release code,
> I make
> a copy to the tags directory to preserve it forever. No problem there,
> when I look through the log of the trunk it does not tell me at which
> tags were made. I can see the entire history of the trunk if I want,
> but to
> pick out where the milestones were, I have to go to the tags dir,
> write down
> the revision numbers they were created at, and then go back to my
> trunk log.
> The information is all there, but it is not as easy to get to as it
I also had this problem last week when I had to do some merges from a
tag. I figured TortoiseSVN might be the place for an elegant solution.
Would it be possible for you to recognize where tags (and branches for
that matter) were made, and color code these in the log list? Something
as simple as a subtle background shade would be what I have in mind.
Anyways, what are you thoughts?
Received on Mon Sep 27 13:56:53 2004
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