Daniel Barkalow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> On Tue, 5 Jul 2005, Eric W. Biederman wrote:
>> Could you include the person who generated the tag and the time the
>> tag was generated in the tag object?
>> For a tag like "latest" it would help quite a bit if you could actually
>> find out which was the latest version of it :)
> The fact that lots of tags get refs named with their contents is just due
> to tags only getting used for a small portion of their possible uses. This
> only happens when the feature you'd look something up under is a feature
> which is persistent.
True but if you can you will get multiple tags with the
same suggested name. So you need so way to find the one you
Either a date or it's position in the tree, are all you have
to go on.
I picked on latest as that is an extreme example that had already
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