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Re: [SURVEY] for repository administrators

From: Paul Lussier <pll_at_lanminds.com>
Date: 2003-04-16 21:19:55 CEST

In a message dated: Wed, 16 Apr 2003 15:05:42 EDT
Michael Price said:

>Ok, after looking at what --on-disk-template actually does and using it
>a bit I now think its pretty darn cool. So make my "would you use it
>now" answer a big "yes".

After reading all the responses thus far, it seems that there aren't
a lot us who understand what the --*-template switches do, or are for.
Even after reading the description in chpt. 8, I still don't quite
get it. Of course, of all the repos I've created, I'm the only one
using any of them, and I have yet to muck around with a lot of the
more advanced features.

I'm mostly using svn to replace rcs for personal use (I never quite
got into CVS), so my demands at this time are not complicated. I
haven't even played with pre/post commit hooks yet.

So, could some kind soul who *has* figured these --*-template
switches out provide a working example of why/how these things are
useful in the real world (I live in "theory", everything works here :)


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