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SV: Re: Re: Testing the (nightly) revision graph

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2006-02-01 12:28:33 CET

>> I see. So there should be multiple round ones if there are multiple
>> branches?
> Not necessarily. For tags, you shouldn't see a round one, becaus you
> shouldn't have committed something there after the branch. :)

That's why I said 'branches' and not 'tags'. :-) But I assume that the
revgraph, as Subversion itself, is oblivious of those concepts anyway?

>> With "Show all revisions" deselected rev 418 (the latest) is shown
>> round.
>> With "Show all revisions" selected rev 1 is shown round.
> Ah!
> See: not only the *last' changed revision is shown round but the very
> first revision too (if of course you haven't done a copy operation in
> that revision).

Then why is the first not round with "Show all revisions" deselected?

And I would like a clear definition of where the round "box" appears. I
somehow fail to see it's clear purpose... :-/

> So: since "show all revisions" already shows all revs, the 'last
> changed revision' isn't marked specially anymore. That's why you don't
> see it rounded anymore.

Ok. But wouldn't it make sense to keep the same revisions rounded anyway
for consistency? It seems confusing to *change* the meaning of the
visual symbols used when selecting how much of that data that should be


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