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

From: <dwhedon_at_debian.org>
Date: 2003-01-26 18:55:30 CET

On Sun, Jan 26, 2003 at 10:42:55AM -0500, Eric Gillespie wrote:
 Yes, i like that. So if i think there is a new config file that
 i don't see in my .subversion dir, i can run 'svn setup' or
 something to copy in any misisng files (and of course it can just
 overwrite the old README). I think that addresses the concerns
 about not being able to install new files.

While we are on the subject . . . I'd like to be able to easily create
new entries for /etc/subversion/ at build time. I include these files
in the Debian package but need to manually keep them up to date. (no
simple way to programatically extract the templates from

Perhaps if the templates were not included inlined in the C source
files, but instead text copies were kept under revesion control and
logic during the build would process them properly for inclusion in
the C source. That way we would have plain text copies available.

(yes, if we like the idea, I will do it.)


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