Andrey Hristov wrote: > Jani Taskinen wrote: >> Could you please commit to all branches in single commit and avoid the >> (now) unnecessary "MFH" commits? (everyone else is doing that.. :) >> >> --Jani > > I don't have a terabyte hard disk, and the time, to clone 5 times the > repository with all pendants. Just two branches are enough for me. What > kind of problems does separate commits create? :) > And I am sick of 3-4 levels deep hierarchies.
You don't need to. Just check out the branches you want. See the "Sparse Directory Checkout Instructions" instructions I posted to internals and added to the wiki at http://wiki.php.net/vcs/svnfaq Disk space is a terrible excuse, especially since it takes absolutely no more disk space to have a proper sparse checkout. And if you are sick of the deep directory structure, just symlink it appropriately. Another terrible excuse. And the reasons for doing it should be obvious. All these MFH commits are completely untrackable. There is no way to relate them back to the original commit message, and they are also much harder to deal with when it comes to reversing a change. Hunting around looking for the commits in all the branches as opposed to having a single change in a single commit. -Rasmus -- PHP CVS Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php