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Re: Buglet expanding keywords

From: David Kimdon <dwhedon_at_debian.org>
Date: 2003-01-06 15:33:32 CET

On Sun, Jan 05, 2003 at 11:29:19PM -0600, Karl Fogel wrote:
> Looks good to me, thanks for doing this! I haven't run make check or
> anything, assume you did that :-).

Indeed, I did, that's how I found the testcase that needed changing

> > - "Line 46: Invalid $Rev:$ is missing a space.",
> > + "Line 46: Valid $Rev:$ is not missing a space.",
> > "Line 47: fairly boring subst test data... blah blah.",
> Shouldn't that be "Valid $Rev:$ is missing a space"? (That is, lose
> the "not".)

One could argue that since it is valid as is it isn't missing a space
(In fact that is what I was thinking.). If it were missing something
that would imply something was wrong. . . In any case I'll drop the
'not' and commit shortly since I don't feel strongly either way.

This reminds me of another minor inconsistency. When subversion writes
unexpanded keywords it writes them like '$keyword: $'. It adds a
colon and a space. Is there a reason that subversion doesn't unexpand
keywords to '$keyword$'? Since the documentation describes unexpanded
keywords as '$keyword$' that would be the more obvious choice, IMO.


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