[OSM-dev] postgis branch
steve at asklater.com
Thu May 10 19:35:47 BST 2007
On 10 May 2007, at 11:06, Dave wrote:
> I think that's what they've done Steve.
> SVN implements branching as a copy op. It doesn't actually do a copy
> and paste so much as mark it as "this bit copied from this bit", ie:
> the revision histories are maintained across the copy. The clever bit
> happens when you try and merge stuff.
Oh cool thanks, my bad.
Is there a howto for this (and/or branches) without diving in to the
> If you browse source to the postgis branch and hit the "Revision Log"
> link you can see this was done.
> It might have been better to follow the trunk/branches/tags
> convention, but then nothing else in the OSM repository does, and it's
> not actually required.
> On 10/05/07, SteveC <steve at asklater.com> wrote:
>> dear people making the postgis branch
>> this is all cool - but can't we do some magical cool svn branch thing
>> rather than copying and pasting everything? I've not done it before.
>> have fun,
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