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Re: Graphical history browser

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-07-22 17:26:11 CEST

Emmanuel-G BLOT <emmanuel.blot-gnb@st.com> writes:

> >>directory) history with boxes and lines drawn on the screen. I think
> >>it used dotted lines for merges.
> red lines, I think.
> >>Is there anything similar out there for Subversion?
> > Nuh-uh. Not yet.
> BTW, are the 'copy', 'move' and 'merge' operations are kept in the SVN
> repository in a way that a graphical tool could track back the whole
> history of a file ?

We track no merge history (save for the fact that merged adds are done
as copies). Copy and Move operations can be traced backwards. See
the 'svnlook history' subcommand, for example.

Note that history can only be traced backwards right now. So while
you can follow one "tong" of a fork all the way back to the end of the
"handle", you'll have a hard time finding out that there are 4 such
tongs available.

And that's all I have say regarding that bad analogy. :-)

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