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User & Date: wyoung 2019-06-19 18:01:02
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2019-06-19
18:09
Several expansions on the new points in www/branching.wiki check-in: bf048cd5 user: wyoung tags: trunk
18:01
Typo fix check-in: 184cf208 user: wyoung tags: trunk
17:59
Fixed a command in the previoius checkin check-in: d5e1e113 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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by interactive users, while autosync is enabled: when you're working on
a personal branch so that creating a dual-tipped branch isn't going to
cause any other user an inconvenience or risk forking the development.
This is a good alternative to branching when you just need to
temporarily fork the branch's development.

There's a common generalization of that case: you're a solo developer,
so that the problems with braching vs forking simply don't matter. In
that case, feel free to use "--allow-fork" as much as you like.


<h2 id="tags">Tags And Properties</h2>

Tags and properties are used in Fossil to help express the intent, and
thus to distinguish between forks and branches.  Figure 5 shows the







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by interactive users, while autosync is enabled: when you're working on
a personal branch so that creating a dual-tipped branch isn't going to
cause any other user an inconvenience or risk forking the development.
This is a good alternative to branching when you just need to
temporarily fork the branch's development.

There's a common generalization of that case: you're a solo developer,
so that the problems with branching vs forking simply don't matter. In
that case, feel free to use "--allow-fork" as much as you like.


<h2 id="tags">Tags And Properties</h2>

Tags and properties are used in Fossil to help express the intent, and
thus to distinguish between forks and branches.  Figure 5 shows the