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Re: Revision Graph

From: Ralf Tobel <Ralf.Tobel_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 03:46:58 -0700 (PDT)

| 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.
No, it's versioning folders as well. But there is not a version
(revision) for the whole repository. Every file or folder has it's
version. Now when I work on the branch xy and change a file test.cpp
the first time the branch for that file is created in exactly that
moment.
I understand that the underlying concept is different but still the
graph in Tortoise could be shown in a similiar way. But of course as
you mentioned this could take too much time because of the different
versioning models.

Ralf

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