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Re: command to verify move history

From: Garret Wilson <garret_at_globalmentor.com>
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 14:40:40 -0700

Paul Koning wrote:
> If you do a move in a working directory, and you separately commit the
> source and destination subtrees, then indeed you'd see the add and the
> delete actions in separate revisions.
> I have a simple answer to that -- doing so is Bad Practice. A set of
> changes that together make up a single change -- whatever that means
> in your situation -- should always be committed as a single commit.
> Clearly that applies to a move. It also applies when you change three
> source files for a single piece of work.

I completely agree. I was just verifying I understood how the move
process currently works.

Thanks again,


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