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Re: Feature request/ideas

From: Derek Price
Subject: Re: Feature request/ideas
Date: Thu, 03 Mar 2005 09:11:32 -0500
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Derek Price wrote:

|> | So probably the expression used should connote this. After some
|>  | consideration, I would vote for '.origin' here. I disagree
|> with | being meaningless. I often export a project state into a
|> local | repository, work on it, and when I'm done, move the files
|> back to | the remote repository's sandbox. During local
|> development I often | want to compare to the initial version of a
|> file, and using a | single tag for this is just easy. Granted
|> there are other ways to | achieve this, but they're not as easy
|> to handle.
|> That's fine for 1.1, but how does this help you for a branch?
|> You might want to diff against the root, but it doesn't make much
|> sense to care about the first revision on the branch.
| Good point. What about resolving '.origin' to the very first
| revision of the mainline?

I don't have any reason to object to that.

On further consideration, why doesn't -r1.1 suffice for what you want to do?



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