[TxMt] Atomic Saving / Saving Question

Ollivier Robert roberto+textmate at keltia.freenix.fr
Tue Feb 1 12:08:06 UTC 2005

According to Sune Foldager:
> The disadvantage of atomic saves (for some), is that the file gets a 
> new inode-number each time which will break hard-links and might upset 
> aliases if they are not pointing correctly.

The advantage is that with GNU arch/bazaar which use hard-linking to a
central revision library (to speed up access and avoid wasting space) you
can use TM.  When one modifies a given file, in that case you MUST break
hard links.
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