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Re: Revision graph hide all tags option

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 30 May 2011 08:13:24 +0100

On 24 May 2011 21:44, Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 24 May 2011 11:19, Fuhrmann Stefan (ETAS/ESA1)
> <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com> wrote:
>> Simon Large wrote:
>>> On 22 May 2011 07:48, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> On 22.05.2011 00:31, Simon Large wrote:
>>>>> Hi Stefan(s),
>>>>> What how does the "hide all tags" option work? If I show the graph
>>>>> for TSVN trunk and hide all tags I get left with trunk and 1.6.x.
>>>>> Everything else disappears, including branches which were made
>>>>> directly from trunk.
>>>> It tries to hide all nodes that are tags, i.e. have /tags/ in their
>>>> urls. But as you can see, the guessing isn't perfect.
>>> That has got to be a bug. The hard part is working out what is linked to what to generate
>>> the tree in the first place, and that seems to work well. Once that mapping is generated it
>>> looks as if it should be easy to handle hiding tags consistently at least. I can't see why 1.6.x
>>> remains and 1.5.x doesn't. They are both simple stacks of tags, the only difference being
>>> that 1.5.x was deleted at the end.
>>> Also, hiding deleted branches and tags seems broken. I would expect it to hide the 1.5.x
>>> branch but it doesn't. In fact 'Hide tags' does a better job of hiding deleted branches and tags,
>>> at least on TSVN trunk.
>> Hi Simon,
>> I running r21193 here and it shows the expected
>> graphs for $TSVN/trunk.
>> "hide deleted branches" will only remove those parts
>> that are not the copy source of some other part,
>> e.g. a tag. Even "show tags at copy source" will not
>> change that. Otherwise, you would not see the tags.
>> Hiding tags alone produces an 88 nodes graph showing
>> all the obsolete branches plus a few tags that we
>> created branches from.
>> If tags and deleted branches are hidden, you should
>> only see 4 nodes: /trunk creation, /trunk head, 1.6.x
>> branch creation and its source revision. You may add
>> further nodes by showing HEADs, WC revision etc.
> OK, what I see here agrees with your description. I had Fold Tags and
> Hide Deleted Branches selected first, then selected Hide tags. The
> source of confusion is that the deleted branches are not hidden
> initially because the tags taken from them have not been deleted. Once
> the tags are hidden those branches all disappear instantly as well.
> I can understand the logic now, but I'm not sure I understand the use
> cases. If I choose to hide a deleted branch, why would I want to see
> the tags of that branch? I would want to see other copies, but a tag
> is (normally) just a snapshot of that branch. That special status is
> already acknowledged in the Fold Tags option. I would expect to hide a
> deleted branch whose only copies are tags, and where that branch was a
> copy source for a non-tag I would expect to see the minimum nodes on
> the deleted branch required to show the ancestry of the non-deleted
> copy.
> Thoughts?

1.7 release is getting closer so I will just document it the way it already is.


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