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SV: Re: Revision graph revisited

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: 2006-02-07 16:04:28 CET

>> Column assignment for a item is done in the following way:
> You mean you would show all tags in the same column as e.g. the trunk?
> (Assuming the tags aren't modified later at all).

No. The trunk would end up being in a separate column. When you check the very first item (assuming it is in trunk) you will see that it has changes down the line and assign it to a new column with the "tag"-state set to false.

That's the nice thing with the algorithm. It will work for *all* entries in the graph without any exceptions, and provide a sound and well structured layout.

>> I have admittedly not looked at the RevGraph-source, and maybe this
>> would not be as easy to implement as I might think, but I do think that
>> it would add a great value to the Revision Graph.
> It won't be easy, but not impossible. So don't expect this feature
> to be implemented soon.

The Revision Graph is arguably not a core component of TSVN so I'm expecting even less than not soon. :-)

However I think that the revgraph has potential, but some way to go before it gets there. The improvements so far are great, but still very crude compared to what it could be with (hopefully) not *that* much effort.


(I'll throw in a nudge at Lübbe regarding the icons as well. =) )

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