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[Gnu-arch-users] Re: robin's per-directory regexps

From: Robert Collins
Subject: [Gnu-arch-users] Re: robin's per-directory regexps
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 07:34:44 +1100

On Tue, 2003-11-25 at 07:47, Tom Lord wrote:

> If using `explicit'.   Otherwise a name tag is used.

Doesn't that fall back to the not-supporting tree delta problem? 

> And if explicit is used, untagged source is a hard (commit preventing)
> error.  So there's no need for a special tree-lint case, is there?

untagged-source precious overrides this - and most users of explicit
whose configuration I know, are using untagged-source precious.

>     > If a) untagged-source precious is in use, and b) no tag has been
>     > created, won't the .arch-inventory file in queston NOT get added to the
>     > archive ? And won't it /still/ perform it's overrides during the
>     > changeset creation?
>     > Tla get on the result will then give you a tree that iimmediately fails
>     > tree-lint.
> That would be true except that, unless I'm overlooking something
> stupid, you can't commit (in any tagging method) without including all
> control files (because they automatically classify, by name, as
> source).  In names-method trees, inline, and tagline -- you'll get a
> names tag "for free".  With inline or tagline and --strict to commit
> you'll get an error.  With explicit, you'll get an error even without
> --strict.

See above.


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