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RE: svn resolve: just what does it do?

From: Bill Tutt <rassilon_at_lyra.org>
Date: 2002-03-16 00:38:39 CET

I thought about using MIME type, but that adds additional issues like
storing the MIME type <-> file pattern mapping information, versioning
that, etc...

Additionally, the way Subversion currently records that a file is being
treated as binary tweaks the MIME type property. This seems completely
backwards, just set a property that says it's binary and get on with it.


> From: William Uther [mailto:will+@cs.cmu.edu]
> On 15/3/02 4:09 PM, "Bill Tutt" <rassilon@lyra.org> wrote:
> > Now we just need a spec for how you categorize input files so that
> > know which merge tool to run. How does the following sound for a
> > start?
> >
> > The idea here is that the following checks would be performed in the
> > order listed:
> >
> > * Files based on a file pattern. (i.e. *.doc, *.xml, etc...)
> > * Text files invoking your standard text file 3-way merge resolution
> I'd prefer something that used the svn:mime-type property. Possibly
> a
> way to have the svn:mime-type automagically set (based on a file
> when you add a file.
> \x/ill :-}

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