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Re: svn commit: rev 2649 - trunk/doc trunk/doc/handbook

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2002-07-23 21:18:40 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> blair@tigris.org writes:
> > Author: blair
> > Date: Tue, 23 Jul 2002 13:57:52 -0500
> > New Revision: 2649
> >
> > Modified:
> > trunk/doc/README
> > trunk/doc/handbook/client.texi
> Thanks, Blair!
> I've got a bazillion local mods on the Handbook right now, based on
> tons of feedback from people; I'll be committing within the hour.
> Pretty please -- nobody commit any more Handbook changes just yet. :-)

Will do. Just caught an error in that last commit, which I can apply
or you can:

* doc/handbook/client.texi:
  (Tracking an externally maintained project on a vendor branch):
    Add missing @samp to fix a makeinfo error.

Index: ./doc/handbook/client.texi
--- ./doc/handbook/client.texi
+++ ./doc/handbook/.svn/tmp/client.texi.60860.00001.tmp Tue Jul 23 12:17:24 2002
@@ -930,11 +930,11 @@
 This script takes care of complications where Subversion requires a
 commit before renaming a file or directory twice, such as if you had a
 vendor branch that renamed @samp{foobar-1.1/docs/doc.ps} to
-{foobar-1.2/documents/doc-1.2.ps}. Here, you would rename @samp{docs}
-to @samp{documents}, perform a commit, then rename @samp{doc.ps} to
-@samp{doc-1.2.ps}. You could not do the two renames without the commit,
-because @samp{doc.ps} was already moved once from @samp{docs/doc.ps} to
+@samp{foobar-1.2/documents/doc-1.2.ps}. Here, you would rename
+@samp{docs} to @samp{documents}, perform a commit, then rename
+@samp{doc.ps} to @samp{doc-1.2.ps}. You could not do the two renames
+without the commit, because @samp{doc.ps} was already moved once from
+@samp{docs/doc.ps} to @samp{documents/doc.ps}.

 This script always compares the directory being imported to what
 currently exists in the Subversion repository and takes the necessary


Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com>
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