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Revision Graph and other copy sources

From: Dominik Schmid <firebird-2_at_gmx.de>
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2011 09:10:21 -0800 (PST)

Dear Tortoise Team,

we are currently using TortoiseSVN 1.6.6 and we are experiencing a
problem with our internal structure. We're using the repository to
versionize out complete Development Folders. But heres the Problem.


both software_ch1 und software_ch2 are located in a subfolder of /
working_branch which itself is brnached initially from the trunk.
Unfortunatelly in the revision graph we can only see the branches of
the Folders software_ch1 and software_ch2 if we start from either one
of those. If we start the graph from trunk or working_branch we won't
be able to see the branches of our software.

Now the question: Is the a possibillity in the future release (maybe
even 1.7) to include a special view to see all copies made to the
whole repository. I understand that in a big repository this could
lead to really long waiting time before the graph will open up. Maybe
the machine will hang. But for smaller Repositories with only about 1
or 2 thousand commits this would really be great.

Thanks in advance and best regards, keep up the good work



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