[MERGE] annotate on working tree with edits
ian.clatworthy at internode.on.net
Sat Sep 22 01:19:30 BST 2007
With patch this time. :-(
Ian Clatworthy wrote:
> As Aaron and I discussed on the list a few days ago ...
>>> The annotate
>>>> command however ignores this capability and always annotates a
>>>> revision tree - the last committed one by default. Is that a historical
>>>> thing or something we want by design?
>> Historical accident. When I added that capability, other people were
>> actively working on the commandline annotate. I didn't want to
>> introduce conflicts, so I left it to them. I just implemented it for
>> gannotate. They never saw fit to implement it for the commandline
>> annotate, and I don't really care about it.
> The attached patch addresses this. The changes are effectively these:
> 1. annotate_file can now optionally annotate a tree, not just a branch.
> 2. cmd_annotate in builtins.py now uses this capability.
> 3. Tests added.
> In particular, the code in cmd_annotate has been refactored to look a
> lot like the code in gannotate.
> BTW, Aaron also requested some other changes to annotate. I'll tackle
> those after this one has landed (or been rejected).
> Ian C.
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