> On Sep 25, 3:49 pm, "Simon Large" <simon.tortoise..._at_googlemail.com>
>> The behaviour for 'merge a range of revisions is similar to the -c
>> behaviour of the CLI where -c27 is interpreted as equivalent to
> Exactly. And this makes perfect sense because it is called a
> 'changeset' and it means 'diff and apply' the changes that got me from
> 26 to 27.
> This is consistent.
> This has nothing to do with printing. Counting pages is counting of
We're not counting, we're merging revisions.
> Revisions are no entities, they are points in time which represent a
> What we are interested in when we want to merge are not states but
> changes that occur between them and got us from A to B.
> Your analogy would be right if you would like to export or maybe even
> print things or such. Then you could say e.g. svn print -r5:10 foo.cpp
> and would get copies of that file at state 5,6,7,8,9,10.
> A better analogy to this would be paying electrical power.
> When I would ask you what you paid from 2000-2008 you wouldn't give me
> your meter readings from 1999-2008, would you?
No, but I would give you the meter readings for 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008.
With your analogy, you would omit the year 2000.
> To get back to the changeset example.
> How would you specify -c in that system?
> -r6:8 in TSVN is 5-8, -r7:8 is 6-8 -- so to get something equivalent
> to -c8 you have to say -r8:8 if you want a consistent formulation.
-r6:8 in TSVN is 7-8, -r7:8 is 8.
Also, have you seen the checkbox 'reverse merge' ?
If the merge dialog would work as you want, that checkbox would have to
Also, selecting revisions to merge from the log dialog also wouldn't
work: how could the log dialog know whether the user wants to merge or
reverse-merge the selected revisions?
> Another simple expample:
> Give me all changes from the creation of the repository until now! In
> SVN world this is -r0:HEAD, what would that be in TSVN?
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