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Re: Subversion tagging

From: Byron Brummer <byron.brummer_at_livenation.com>
Date: 2007-01-22 23:43:42 CET

Steve Bakke wrote:
> Maybe the big implementation issue is that properties are per-file, but it
> would be difficult to implement status tagging in subversion on anything but
> a directory basis.

        Why? It's got to be per-file or it's useless.

> What if we could have versioned properties on
> directories with a decent query mechanism? This would serve the purpose.

        Status tagging needs to be on UNversioned properties and against
        any object. As a sanity check tagging a file might imply you're
        *also* tagging the directory. Although that has it's own issues
        as directories have their own peg versions.

        That begs the question....why are directories allowed multiple
        peg versions? Wouldn't it make much more practical sense to
        special case directories to have a single peg?


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