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Re: Determining origin of branch

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-03-30 18:37:56 CEST

"Derek Mahar" <DMahar@penson.ca> writes:

> Here's a reproducible test case of the --stop-on-copy anomaly. Notice
> that the first listing lists two revisions back to the branch copy
> point, while the second listing lists just one revision back to the
> renaming of the ancestor directory a to b.

Hmm, yeah, I now realize that this is behaving as I expected when I
wrote it. The idea was to stop at the first revision in which the
target itself was the target (or part of the target) of a copy
operation.

So, unfortunately for your scenario, there is no simply way to answer
your branchpoint question.

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