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Re: BUG: Wrong merge range

From: phahn <pjtr.hahn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 22:19:59 -0700 (PDT)

On 26 Sep., 15:07, "Simon Large" <simon.tortoise..._at_googlemail.com>
> For merging a range of revisions you can either consider a revision as
> a changeset and use the -c notation, or you can consider a revision as
> a state of the repository and you need two states to take the
> difference. Both are equally valid, but the changeset notation is much
> more natural when selecting revisions using the log dialog, which is
> the easiest way with a GUI client. If the -c method was not valid or
> uesful it would not even exist in the command line client.

That's all I that I want. Call the child by it's name!

I don't doubt it's usefull to specify a list of changesets especially
in a gui dialog. All I say is that a changeset != revision. Calling a
list of changesets a revision range is totally misleading to all
people that don't live in that TSVN bubble but just use subversion as
a generall system with it's well defined concepts and terms. No matter
what client they use.

I don't want to force someone to follow the way other clients are
working or things. I just say that you have to respect the paradigms a
system has if you wan't to communicate in it's terms without being
misunderstood. I just use svn as a reference to show you the examples
there TSVN currently is not clear.

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Received on 2008-09-27 07:20:11 CEST

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