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RE: [PATCH] Stop resurrecting deleted files in ~/.subversion

From: <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2003-01-26 10:03:36 CET

 From: epg@remus.pretzelnet.org [mailto:epg@remus.pretzelnet.org]On
 Behalf Of Eric Gillespie

 Karl Fogel kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net writes:
  We could have a special flag file (or config option) whose presence
  indicates that Subversion shouldn't try to do anything more in there,
  but is the extra complexity worth the small annoyance it would save
  some users?
 Oh god, an unbreak-my-app option? Havoc Pennington has a nice
 rant about the scourge of free software: papering over problems
 with preferences. Unfortunately, i can't find it so i can't
 include it.
 This is a problem. I don't want to see problems addressed in
 conditional code only executed if the myriad unbreak-my-app
 options are flipped on. Unfortunately, i seem to be in the
 minority. It shouldn't surprise me. We've been losing control
 over our home directories for years now.

Personally I would like to see to oposite of what Karl is proposing:
a flag to restore .subversion. IMO, if .subversion is present, don't
muck with it unless the flag is present.


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