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RE: idea: a revision keyword expanded only at 'svn export' time

From: John Barstow <John_Barstow_at_gfsg.co.nz>
Date: 2002-12-03 20:33:25 CET

>perhaps the way to deal with this is a scirpt (I would choose perl) that
>will return the current checked out value, this way the when this comes
>up we just say run this script and it will give you what you want.
>This will keep the complexities out of the code while providing the
>desired feature.

Perl and Python are not available by default on a Windows machine. Now, I
know that they should be - but a lot of companies do not have very flexible
IT policies.
That means batch, Javascript, or VBScript in many (most?) Windows shops.
Call me crazy, but I want to be able to use the svn command line client on a
clean Windows install without adding anything but the executable.

On the server, it's a slightly different story. Server environments are
usually a bit easier to administer and keep locked down than client
environments. Adding Perl may still be a struggle but there are frankly too
many useful admin scripts written in Perl to keep it off forever.

John C Barstow

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