[OSM-dev] 0.6 API clarifications and corrections
osm-list at deelkar.net
Thu May 15 17:52:38 BST 2008
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Frederik Ramm schrieb:
> If you are really interested in that kind of detail, load individual
> object histories or the minutely change files. A changeset, to me,
> should be like an SVN commit: I check stuff out, then I make umpteen
> edits using my favourite editor, then I check stuff in with a commit
> message. A changeset is *not* intended to be a video recording of what
> happened on the user's desktop between point A and point B.
should it be as SVN in the way that the moment I touch an object in an
open changeset, it is locked, so my changeset can be committed as an
atom? Or seen from the other side, how do you rollback "meshed" changesets?
for example User A creates node 1, version 1, then B edits the tags
(->version 2), then User A moves it, and changes some tags (-> version
3) then both close their changesets.
Dirk-Lüder "Deelkar" Kreie
Bremen - 53.0952°N 8.8652°E
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