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Re: Revision Graph, consistencey with other TSVN behavior.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 09 Mar 2008 15:28:30 +0100

Peter McNab wrote:
> Hi Devs, again
> Sorry to be a pain.
> I'm thinking the rev graph behavior is slightly out of step with TSVN
> behavior.
> In TSVN when one clicks on a folder and say does a check for mods you
> see only the mods on files and folder within that folder.
> Same if you open the folder and click in the whitespace.
> In my "Branches" folder there are three named branches.
> If I right click on any of these and create a rev graph I see a graph
> containing details of the other two branches as well.
> In fact clicking on any named branch produces the same graph detail as
> clicking any other named branch, at the same level.
> It seems to me that behavior should better occur if the whitespace in
> the branches folder was the instigating point.

That's the expected behavior: I guess all those three branches were
created from /trunk? In that case, the graph *has* to show the other
branches as well, because it's the 'same' path in history (it was the
same path at one time in history).


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