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[Bug-gnu-arch] [bug #5588] Rename logs -> log-versions and log-ls -> log
[Bug-gnu-arch] [bug #5588] Rename logs -> log-versions and log-ls -> logs
Sat, 27 Sep 2003 16:23:44 -0400
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=================== BUG #5588: LATEST MODIFICATIONS ==================
Changes by: Tom Lord <address@hidden>
Date: Sat 09/27/2003 at 13:23 (US/Pacific)
What | Removed | Added
Resolution | None | Fixed
Status | Open | Closed
Fixed Release | address@hidden/tla--devo--1.1--patch-33 | tla-1.1pre6,
=================== BUG #5588: FULL BUG SNAPSHOT ===================
Submitted by: miles Project: GNU arch -- a revision control
Submitted on: Sat 09/27/2003 at 00:27
Category: tla Severity: 5 - Major
Bug Group: small feature idea Resolution: Fixed
Status: Closed Release:
Fixed Release: tla-1.1pre6, address@hidden/tla--devo--1.1--patch-186Merge
Request?: yes -- merge from my archive
Your Archive Name: address@hidden Archive Location:
Assigned to: None
Summary: Rename logs -> log-versions and log-ls -> logs
Original Submission: * Rename the `logs', `add-log' and `remove-log' commands
to `log-versions', `add-log-version' and `remove-log-version'.
* Rename the `log-ls' command to `logs'.
* Do a similar renaming of internal functions.
This is the change I posted about on the mailing list, plus additional changes
to the `add/remove-log' commands, and internal equivalents.
While doing this patch, I realized that things are more involved than I thought
-- the term `log' is used sort of schizophrenically within the tla source; its
general meaning seems to have changed over time from referring to the set of
patch-log-entries for a given version, to referring to a particular entry.
This patch makes the usage consistant by preferring the latter usage, and using
the term `log version' to refer to the set of logs for a version. This usage
-- at least using `log' to mean a single entry -- seems to be what's used when
people talk about the concept on the mailing list.
I don't know if this is exactly the right change, but I think that terms ought
to at least be used consistently (it was fairly confusing before, I think).
[I've also made corresponding changes to the documentation, which I'll post as
a separate bug.]
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