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Re: Delete revision of an object has no peg revision?

From: Jeff Smith <jsmith_at_robotronics.com>
Date: 2007-01-11 22:38:44 CET

On Thursday 11 January 2007 13:45, Jeff Smith wrote:

> I think the major problem lyes in what exactly is an object. When
> copying "/trunk/prj1/" to "/tags/prj1_1/", is the new one the same
> object? Of course not. If an object gets moved from "/trunk/" to
> "/trunk/prj2/", is the latter the same object as the first? No.

I'd better add quickly that I read your original post again, and I
agree with you completely, that there should be an easier way to see
that "file.txt" has been deleted, when only looking at that file's
log.

I also agree with everyone else 100%. The detail that I think you
should accept concerning displaying log entry for "-r1234" (in which
"file.txt" no longer exists) is that the file no longer exists there.
I guess they just couldn't think of any way to show the deletion of
that file except by looking at the containing folder, and I can't
think of one either. If you have any solutions yet, we'd like to hear
them.

It's just that I agree we should not be able to see "some/file.txt" in
-r1234, because it simply does not exist in that state (revision 1234
of the tree).

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