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Client-side hooks was Re: experiment to get Mac resource-forks under version control [with PATCH]

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2003-05-14 10:00:50 CEST

--On Wednesday, May 14, 2003 2:32 AM -0400 Scott Collins
<scc@ScottCollins.net> wrote:

> released subversion. Still, it would be nice if I could build a client that
> supported this facility even if just for me and the people participating in
> a project that needed it. My intention was to implement it in a way that
> would be as non-intrusive as possible. Even if _this_ idea doesn't go into
> subversion (as it probably won't) developing this feature to a working state
> will bring me up to speed on subversion standards, politics, policy, and
> architecture... that is if people with knowledge look at the code instead of
> dismissing it out of hand ;-) I've been lurking on the list for quite a
> while; but there's nothing like actually writing code.

Well, I wouldn't get too discouraged by Fitz - he's tainted by the Fruit. =)

Has anyone actually thought about implementing client-side hooks? I believe
they would be a generic way of solving some of these concerns. I know we've
talked about it before. Perhaps it's time for those of us who are interested
to sit down and try to come up with an approach that might work. Obviously,
this shouldn't distract from those not terribly interested.

What do you all think? -- justin

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