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Re: Revision Graph

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Apr 2008 12:27:05 +0200

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Ralf Tobel wrote:

|> * Seems ClearCase 'optimizes' the graph to get the shortest lines
|> possible. You can do that with small repositories. If you however try
|> that with a really big repository (try the KDE one), you would have to
|> wait *hours* for such a graph to show. I don't know if ClearCase can
|> even handle such repositories...
| ClearCase has a different branching concept. A new version only
| appears on a branch when you have changed it on that branch.
| This is where the difference between revisions and versions appears.

That means it versions files, not folders?
In that case, the graph of course can be shown completely different.
It's a different versioning model.

A graph like the ClearCase one wouldn't make much sense for Subversion.


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