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RE: I miss tags

From: Patrick Smears <patrick.smears_at_ensoft.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-28 11:35:08 CEST

Scott Palmer wrote:

> > Copies don't take more space in the repo.
> I KNOW that they don't take any (significant) storage space. I said
> they take an equal amount of space in the repository tree. I.e. a
> "tag" for a single revision contains an entire subtree with every
> single folder and file of the folder that was "copied".
> Stuff that is already elsewhere in the repository and only needs
> to be "marked"

I guess someone who is unconvinced of the need for "tags" would ask why you
consider this a problem - given that it's never necessary to check out the
entire repository tree, "space in the repository tree" is effectively an
unlimited resource.

Why do you feel that it is a bad thing that this (virtual) tree has lots of
data in it? Granted, if badly organised, it could become confusing to
navigate - but then, Subversion has powerful ways of organising it. Or is
there another aspect that concerns you more?


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