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Re: A simple (?) suggestion from a svn fan :)

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2003-02-24 20:52:33 CET

> The real tricky part is this, each OO file is in fact compressed, but
> it's not a single file, it's 5 files and a directory (at least for OO
> writer). So, do you version things like the styles and settings xml
> files, or just the content.xml file?

Didn't know that. Sure that makes it more complicated than if it's
just one file.
But Subversion has properties. Now the 'main' file (I guess this
would be the one with the actual text in it) would be the 'normal'
file Subversion would use, all other files would just be properties
of that file (ok, very big properties, but that wouldn't be a problem).

> - create a subdir for each new OO file
> - extract the archive into that directory
> - add all the files to svn
> - commit with an appropriate log message
> - commit the archive with the original message
That would become:
- create subdir for the OO file
- extract the archive into that subdir
- add the main file to svn
- add all other files as properties to the main file
- move that file up one folder
- commit
- svn writes such a file to the wc
- extract all OO properties to the
  original OO files
- gzip them


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Received on Mon Feb 24 20:53:47 2003

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