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Re: changelog genneration between tags

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-12-15 02:44:13 CET

>>>>> "Sebastian" == Sebastian Böhm <seb@exse.net> writes:

 Sebastian> Hi, making changelogs with svs is easy : "svn log -r
 Sebastian> 100:200 --verbose" .

 Sebastian> But how do I make a changelog between two tags (copies) ?

You can't, really.

For branches, the "copy" style that Subversion uses is pretty
effective. But I'm beginning to think it is a fundamental mistake for
tags.

Tags are (conceptually) not copies; they are symbolic names for a
revision. CVS gets this right. What Subversion should do is to
define a mechanism for giving names to a given Subversion revision.
That would let you do what you want, and it would satisfy all uses of
tagging I have run into. By contrast, the tagging approach that
currently exists is awkward in some cases, and worse in others. I
haven't yet run into *any* situation where it felt natural.

        paul

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