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Re: isn't variance adjusted patching horribly dangerous?

From: Sergey <sergeyli_at_pisem.net>
Date: 2003-04-10 02:09:06 CEST

Philip Martin wrote:
> Tom's example was contrived to give a conflict, I can contrive one
> that does not
> Original Change 1 Change 2
> const char*email[]={ const char*email[]={ const char*email[]={
> "foo@bar.com", "foo@bar.com", "foo@bar.com",
> "zig@zag.com", "new_zig@zag.com", "zig@zag.com",
> "bif@bof.com", "bif@bof.com", "new_bif@bof.com",
> }; }; };

I'd like the system to generate a conflict here, I really do. Wouldn't you?

>>I would refrain from using the system that would throw the context
> Are you using Subversion?

I have to be careful then. After experiencing third-party source maintenance with CVS, it looks like I trust version control
systems too much. CVS 1.11.5 that I use doesn't work this way, it surely generates a conflict on merge. Will Subversion generate
a conflict if the external diff is used? I really hope to hear "yes".


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