On 25/08/10 16:43, Tom Lane wrote:
> Max Bowsher <maxb(at)f2s(dot)com> writes:
>> On 25/08/10 04:21, Tom Lane wrote:
>>> What seemed more likely to be artifacts were these:
>>> Any idea where those came from?
>> These occur when there are numbered revisions in one or more RCS files,
>> which lack a branch tag to identify their name. The most likely cause is
>> deleting a branch after having committed to it.
>> Indeed, all of these five correspond to a commit with the message:
>> Make the world at least somewhat safe for zero-column tables, and
>> remove the special case in ALTER DROP COLUMN to prohibit dropping a
>> table's last column.
> It seems likely to me that this has something to do with the aborted
> early branch for 7.4 development:
> If you read that thread you'll find an agreement that we'd continue
> development on HEAD and then do a mega back-patch into REL7_3_STABLE,
> but there is no mega back-patch later in the CVS logs. What actually
> happened is explained here:
> The first actual commit into REL7_3_STABLE that cvs2cl finds is
> a mass delete pursuant to my comment there. I am not sure exactly
> what Marc did to "move the REL7_3_STABLE tag up to today", but I'll
> bet that the funny state of the 2002-09-28 commit has something to
> do with that, as it was the first commit into HEAD after Marc
> originally established the REL7_3_STABLE branch.
> Max's proposed fix seems to involve recognizing those extra versions
> as a legitimate branch, which I think we don't really want. It'd be
> better if we deleted them.
In that case, either employ an ExcludeRegexpStrategyRule('unlabeled-.*')
in the cvs2git options file, or drop those refs after converting to git.
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