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Re: Tagging changesets

From: eg <egoots_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-23 19:33:50 CEST

John Doisneau wrote:
> Let's consider the following situation: today I worked out the 2
> following changesets:
> - To implement FunctionalityA, I had to change (or add) code in files
> File1, File5 and File102
> - To correct BugB (which is in no way related to FunctionalityA except
> it shares some of its files), I had to modify File1 and File102

If they use the same files in the same directory, how can you expect to
"identify" which set of line changes corresponds to which "changeset"?

In the end, if you want to treat them as separate logically related
changes they need to be committed as such. If you wish, you can set up a
branch on which to perform one of the changesets, and then merge it back
in when ready. Branching is fast and easy.

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Received on Wed Aug 23 19:37:57 2006

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