Alexey Parshin wrote:
> 2006/10/21, Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org >>:
> > When a new version is created, all objects linking to this
> one are
> > notified. Their action can be one of the following:
> > * Silently use new version
> > * Use new version and notify owner
> > * Notify owner and keep old version
> > * Silently stick with old version
> > Then we need that flag in the original object, or even in every
> Umm... No - in every reference. It is particular reference that
> defines "New
> version" action.
> I have a topic. You have an explanation that I included. I decide
> what I
> want to happen when you create new version.
> A reference in this case is pointing to your version of the
> explanation. In my version, I define that flag to decide what to do
> when the new version of your object is created.
> That just makes more sense to me.
Why would _you_ decide what to do with _my_ object, when you create new
Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh
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