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Re: Revision Graph

From: Ralf Tobel <Ralf.Tobel_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 02:06:11 -0700 (PDT)

> And btw: I have been looking at your screenshot of the ClearCase version
> tree for ten minutes now, and I can't figure out what it is showing.
The rectangles are branches. The circles versions.
The red lines are merge operations. The text to the right of versions
are labels.

You can see the version tree of a file where you can see in which
branches the file was modified.

Usually I need the revision graph to see the history of one file. I
wan't to see in which branches it was changed, how often it was
changed, what were the changes.
This is very easy in ClearCase.
The revision graph as it is structured today is almost useless for me.

And still I think it would be possible to structure the revision graph
in a similiar way allthough it's not the same as the version tree.

But it might be that others are using it differently.


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