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Hello, I just had an interesting conversation with a developer who uses monotone. Two features he uses seemed very interesting to me, and maybe you guys consider that for evs... One is about branching on commit. The way cvsnt currently works is that if I have local changes and there were changes in the repository since I updated, I have to update and merge my local copy. If the changes are minor, that's usually ok. But sometimes I'd like to have a record of the sources before the merge, and being able to create a branch so to speak on the fly during commit would be helpful here. Another is the merge documentation. We have that already partially with the merge points, but this could go a bit further and also include the start and end of two-point merges. This is information one has to track anyway, so why not have the version control system track it, by storing all end points of merges? Thanks, Gerhard