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Re: Graphical CVS branches analizer

From: Luciano Baretta Mandryk
Subject: Re: Graphical CVS branches analizer
Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2001 09:00:15 -0200 (EST)

On Fri, 19 Jan 2001, Derek R. Price wrote:

>WinCVS does something like that for single files.  It has siblings gCVS and
>MacCVS too, though I don't know how functional they are.  There should be more
>information on .
>TkCVS might do something similar, but I don't know.
>'course, if you wanted to write a more general tool that analyzed an entire
>project and drew a picture, I'd use it.  :)  The problem with a repository
>analyzer is that not every branch is in every file, but you should be able to
>toss out bad branches intelligently and come up with something usable.

I was thinking on apllying some constraints, i.e. just considering the whole
project's branches in a recursive behaviour. If one wants to see the branches of
a subdir or a single file, he could specify it as an argument.

Also it could enforce some specific behaviour to be expected from CVS users,
such as a standard tag naming, tagging branch creation points, etc.


        Luciano Baretta Mandryk
        Conectiva Inc.

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