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RE: Tagging changesets

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-08-24 07:22:31 CEST

Quoth Talden <mailto:talden@gmail.com>:
> These are hopefully valid assumptions
> - The Commit command accepts a 'list file' of paths to commit.
> - Each commit is atomic and all changes are identifiable by
> the resulting revision number
> - You can list all changes made between a given revision
> number and its predecessor.
> If those are true then creating two 'list files' that
> respectively include the modifications for each of the
> changes would allow you to commit them separately with
> meaningful commit messages and then update your issue tracker
> with the resulting revision numbers.

Only if there are no overlapping files in those two lists. If there's
an overlap then the first commit will commit all changes to the file,
since it's impossible to separate them at that point (unless they've
been developed in isolation, on separate branches).

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