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Re: How to get history on an overwritten svn url?

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Thu, 01 Oct 2009 16:27:06 +0200

Les Mikesell wrote:
>>>>> If you had this structure:
>>>>> Tree/branches/Job_0001
>>>> ...then one day you'll clean up that branch because you'll never
>>>> going to look at it again.
>>> Why?
>> So that when you list the contents of Tree/branches_at_HEAD, you see
>> somewhat relevant projects and not hundreds of outdated projects.
>
> They can be arranged in subdirectories if you want them out of sight or
> kept in relevant places.

I get it. Don't delete but move. HEAD always contains all starting points and
you never need to search for a peg revision.

Except in the original case, overwritten urls, but then searching is easy if
you make sure not to have "normal" commits interfering.

-- 
Stein
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