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Re: [TSVN] Revision graph help

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-06 12:53:52 CET

On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 10:21:06 -0000, Simon Large <slarge@blazepoint.co.uk> wrote:
> I knew I had forgotten something for the 1.1.2 release :-(
> Stefan, if you could make a few notes on how the revision graph works,
> and I will 'doc-ify' it and sort out a screenshot.
> What do the different shaped boxes mean?
> Is there any difference between graphing files and folders?
> It shows copied-to as well as copied-from?
> Any warnings we should include

The shapes mean (object means file or folder):
octangle: object deleted or replaced
round rectangle: object added
rectangle: normal object (source or destination of copy operation)

The graph works best if the target (the file or folder you selected to
show the graph) is /trunk, because that's where you usually do
branches/tags from. The algorithm tries to guess copies for
files/folders below /trunk, but that won't work reliably (as mentioned
before: Subversion doesn't provide enough information, so the
RevisionGraph function has to do a lot of guessing).
Usually, it doesn't matter if you show the graph for a file or a folder.


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