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Comment:fix [7df27f5236]
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SHA1: 6bbb22d4fa4285ee47a94658105b4be4f5a22cc1
User & Date: ron 2010-01-24 07:53:06
Original Comment: fix 7df27f52365b73a9fb90c78a66105fc5928b2fce
References
2010-01-24
07:51 Fixed ticket [7df27f52]: sentence needs rewording plus 2 other changes artifact: 189065ab user: ron
Context
2010-01-24
17:55
Fixes to the login processing for "clone". check-in: c4c23106 user: drh tags: trunk, release
07:53
fix [7df27f5236] check-in: 6bbb22d4 user: ron tags: trunk
07:07
fix [a395f43b33e8e48d4c72d158530bdd88c2eebb5d] check-in: afe70a46 user: ron tags: trunk
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A <i>tag</i> is a name that is attached to a check-in.  A
<i>property</i> is a name/value pair.  Internally, fossil implements
tags as properties with a NULL value.  So, tags and properties really
are much the same thing, and henceforth we will use the word "tag"
to mean either a tag or a property. 

A tag can be either a one-time tag or an propagating tag or a cancellation tag. 
A one-time tag only applies to the check-in to which it is attached.  A
propagating tag applies to the check-in to which it is attached and also
to all direct descendants of that check-in.  A <i>direct descendant</i>
is a descendant through direct children.  Tags propagation does not
cross merges.  Tag propagation also stops as soon
as it encounters another check-in with the same tag.  A cancellation tag
is attached to a single check-in in order to either override a one-time







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A <i>tag</i> is a name that is attached to a check-in.  A
<i>property</i> is a name/value pair.  Internally, fossil implements
tags as properties with a NULL value.  So, tags and properties really
are much the same thing, and henceforth we will use the word "tag"
to mean either a tag or a property. 

A tag can be a one-time tag, a propagating tag or a cancellation tag. 
A one-time tag only applies to the check-in to which it is attached.  A
propagating tag applies to the check-in to which it is attached and also
to all direct descendants of that check-in.  A <i>direct descendant</i>
is a descendant through direct children.  Tags propagation does not
cross merges.  Tag propagation also stops as soon
as it encounters another check-in with the same tag.  A cancellation tag
is attached to a single check-in in order to either override a one-time