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Re: svn commit: rev 5750 - branches/cvs2svn-kfogel/tools/cvs2svn

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-04-29 15:54:22 CEST

"Jeffrey C. Ollie" <jeff@ollie.clive.ia.us> writes:
> Doh! Open mouth, insert foot. Still, there seem to be a lot of places
> where paths are pulled apart/put together by hand. I think that it would
> save some headaches later if either the posixpath.* routines (os.path ==
> posixpath on Unix) or a small set of subroutines were developed to
> handle all of the path mangling.

Thanks for the tip, Jeff... I don't see `posixpath' documented in the
Python library reference


(There are `posix' and `posixfile', both of are clearly not to be used
in a portable script.) Am I missing something?

I don't yet see any advantage to subroutines to do what split() and
join() already do, but if our repository path manipulation starts
getting more complex, then it might be worth it.


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