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From Nick <nos...@codesniffer.com>
Subject Re: Viewing Subversion in 3D (without glasses)
Date Tue, 11 Jan 2011 03:47:41 GMT
On Mon, 2011-01-10 at 18:46 +0100, Pablo Beltran wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Subversion tracks the evolution of a tree structure along the time.
> Changes can be represented in a bi-dimensional system coordinates:
> time vs space.
> 
> The vertical coordinate (space) is the path of the items of the tree
> structure and the horizontal coordinate (time) is the revision number.
> 
> Example: http://www.svnflash.com/images/svnflash/subversion_3d.png
> 
> Changes of the tree structure along the time can be represented as
> dots (red in the example)  in that system coordinates.
> 
> Has some sense adding a 3rd coordinate meaning something unknown for
> me at the present?
> 
> Thanks and sorry for so abstract question.

What about using the 3rd axis to show branches and/or merges?

Nick



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