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Re: Details for svn test repository

On Wed, 9 Feb 2005, Daniel Berlin wrote:

> Again, please note that i did not convert all the tags for this test
> repo.
> We have >1000 tags.  Of those, all but about 100 are bs tags (ie merging
> tags, unlabeled tags from rtag -F).
> There are also 800 unlabeled branches i deleted in the latest revision
> of the branches subdir, all from rtag -F usage.

Is there a need for a flat tag/branch namespace, or could all these odd 
tags go e.g. as subdirectories of tags/unlabeled and branches/unlabeled 
when the final conversion is done?

Looking at the test repository, I see .cvsignore files as something that 
could be removed after the final move is done, being obsoleted by 
svn:ignore properties which have been initialized from the .cvsignore 
files.  But I also note the following:

Why is there a nonempty current svn:ignore property on gcc/doc/ when the 
.cvsignore file there was removed some time ago?

How do I view the history of the changes to versioned properties on a 
directory?  I can view the properties of an individual revision with svn 
proplist / svn propget, but svn log on the directory shows changes to the 
files in the directory and not changes to the properties of the directory 

Joseph S. Myers      (personal mail) (CodeSourcery mail) (Bugzilla assignments and CCs)

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