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Re: [TSVN] "peg revision"

From: Kalin KOZHUHAROV <kalin_at_thinrope.net>
Date: 2005-08-30 05:22:34 CEST

Sven Brueggemann wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote

>>But anyway: a peg revision is like an anchor to where the commands using
>>it refer to. For example, you have an URL http://server/trunk/file_orig
>>at revision 100. But the file has been renamed several times since that
>>revision. Now if you want to say do a diff of that file between revision
>>200 and 300, then you can do a diff like this
>>diff http://server/trunk/file_orig@100 -r200:300
>>with Revision 100 being the anchor.

> Thanks for the explanation. Can you give a short overview in which
> cases you use a peg revision? I can't think of a situation where
> I explicitly want to compare Revisions 200:300 of file_orig@100, but I
> guess behind the scenes this is an important concept which makes all
> that cool diff features possible, right?

You can read about peg-revisions here:



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