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Re: Unable to check out the Subversion source

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-31 18:10:34 CEST

Karl Fogel <kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net> writes:

> "Fernando Silva" <fernando.silva@myrealbox.com> writes:
> > Anyway, I think that a good option would be implement
> > a config option in the svn client that would allow us to set
> > some configuration parameters, and wouldn't matter if the
> > configuratins would be in a file or registry (windows).
>
> Hmmm.
>
> What's better: to create the proxy config file, or to create the
> registry entry?

We should create the default proxy config file, but ship with my .REG
as an alternative method, IMHO.

> My guess is the file. Is there even a way to create registry entry
> without giving a non-null value?

Sure. "key"="". (I just verified this).

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data.

This is why I don't buy the argument that the data is "useless" if you
don't know the charset. It's simply not true. You may have to do
some work, even some non-automatable work, but you can almost always
figure it out with some basic educated guessing. (And automated
algorithms based on word-frequency tables are easy to imagine, though
I don't know if anyone's implemented that yet.) But nothing can be
done if the original data was lost.

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Received on Sat Jun 1 14:12:07 2002

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