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Re: Commit Log File

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-13 18:11:46 CEST

mark benedetto king <mbk@boredom.org> writes:
> What if the work were done client-side, in two separate commits
> (one to put the real changes in, one to tweak the LastRev)?

One word: "Uck" :-)

However, I just got this suggestion privately from Brian Schrom, who I
hope won't mind my posting it here:

> If the revision # is only relevant when you extract the file, can you store
> the "keyword" in the revision at commit time, and expand it with the
> revision number when you send the file to the client?
> Just a thought.

IOW, just manually substitute in the created rev when we send the file

This would not be trivial, either, as it has implications for the
checksum, etc, but it's doable. Someday, someday...


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