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From: Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz_at_ebuilt.com>
Date: 2002-03-15 20:12:12 CET

Now that I'm checking out a new wc, I have a thought.

I know this seems silly or even trite, but what do people think
of having a file in .svn that says where the repository came from?
Like CVS/Root? I know the information is in .svn/entries for
"this_dir" and url, but it's not inherently obvious. I can never
remember what SVN's URL is. And, furthermore, I can never remember
any repository locations for any project I'm on, so I'm always using
CVS/Root to remind myself.

I just thought I'd throw that out there while I wait. -- justin

P.S. It'd be nice if we turned on mod_deflate on svn.collab.net before
we all got new working copies. =)

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