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From Max Bowsher <ma...@ukf.net>
Subject Re: Deleting the async-dev branch
Date Sun, 20 Nov 2005 11:34:21 GMT
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Nick Kew wrote:
> On Sunday 20 November 2005 08:21, Brian Pane wrote:
> 
>>I've created a new branch off of the httpd trunk:
>>https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/httpd/httpd/branches/async-read-dev/
>>
>>The old async-dev branch is rather out of date at this point, and
>>all its nonblocking write code has since been committed to the
>>trunk.  Rather than doing a monstrous merge to get async-dev
>>synchronized with the trunk, my plan is to delete async-dev in
>>a week.
> 
> 
> Erm - just to confirm, svn deleting the branch won't obliterate the
> record of development, will it?

Definitely not!

You can always look at any deleted thing by looking back into the
history with an appropriate svn --revision (-r) argument.

The only significant effect of deleting a branch is to unequivocally
indicate to everyone that a branch's sole reason for existence is now
historical record, rather than active development.

Max.



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