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Re: I, too, miss tags.

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2006-02-27 16:26:43 CET

On 26-Feb-06, at 6:18 PM, Kenneth P. Turvey wrote:

> On Sun, 26 Feb 2006 13:42:15 -0500, Scott Palmer wrote:
>> On 26-Feb-06, at 1:15 PM, Rob van Oostrum wrote:
>> As it is, I have NEVER made a
>> 'tag' with subversion. Instead I am maintaining files with the
>> revision number that certain builds were made from. I find it much
>> more natural to work that way rather than hacking the functionality
>> on to cheap copies.. which requires all sorts of mucking about with
>> hook scripts to get working properly.
> This is simply false. I use tags all the time. I don't have any hook
> scripts in my repository. I might like one to guarantee that I don't
> commit to the tags directory, but it isn't necessary. Your
> proposal has
> the same weakness, a user might alter a label.

You missed the point. If the user wants to "move" a label that can
be allowed or disallowed with a hook script I suppose, but the point
is that the label would still be marking the same line of development
and could not possibly mark anything else. There would be no need
for --stop-on-copy to dig out the details in a roundabout way. It
would be a much cleaner labeling process.


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