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Re: rdiff

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: rdiff
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2003 10:32:56 -0400
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Paul Edwards wrote:

"Derek Robert Price" <derek@ximbiot.com> wrote in message 
It was close.  I cleaned it up, everything passed on 1.11.x, and I
commited it.

Got it.  Thanks a lot.  But you didn't include the removed
revision number?

If you ever did send that as a patch, it was seperate from your others and I ignored it. I do remember you commenting on having a patch.

Any reason why you don't like that change for completeness?

From your sanity.sh diff:

"${testcvs} rdiff -s -r tag2 -r tag4 abc" \
'File abc/file1.txt is removed; previous revision 1.2 not included in release tag tag4

This is too confusing. 1.2 is the "tag2 revision", maybe, but "previous" just dangles, especially when the possibilities include a tag attached to the same revision as tag2, attached to another revision, attached to a dead revision, and not attached to any revision.

What would people think if I left out the reiteration of tag4 and used something to the effect of:

   `File abc/file1.txt is removed; tag2 revision 1.2'



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