From: Stephane Bortzmeyer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Oct 27 2005 - 03:59:50 CST
On Thu, Oct 27, 2005 at 09:52:13AM +0100,
Andrew West <email@example.com> wrote
a message of 14 lines which said:
> > AFAIK, you have to read the entire history of an article to see who
> > wrote what. It does not seem there is a function like the excellent
> > "annotate" with CVS (or "praise" with Subversion) which displays each
> > line together with its last author and revision number.
> Just click on the "history" (or "historique") tab at the top of every
> page, and it provides a convenient list of revisions including date,
> author and summary of change.
Exactly what I said (I know "history", thanks). Now, how do you find
*who* wrote a given sentence in the article? (Short of, as I wrote
"read the entire history of an article".) Specially if the summary is
not clear (most aren't) or misleading.
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