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RE: Minimum svn client version

From: Dale Hirt <dale_at_sbcltd.com>
Date: 2003-05-20 19:40:51 CEST

But in what context is he using nope? What exactly is he trying to signify?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Santeri Hernejńrvi [mailto:gray@gray.mine.nu]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 10:38 AM
> To: Dale Hirt
> Subject: Re: Minimum svn client version
>
>
> >> Oliver Siegmar:
> >>> I need a way to enforce my svn-users to use a specific
> >>> (greater or equal) version of their svn-client.
> >>>
> >> Sander Striker:
> >>>If your users are accessing the repository through Apache,
> you could
> >>
> > Oliver Siegmar:
> >>nope.
>
> Dale Hirt wrote:
> > Am I the only one who is confused by what "nope" means?
>
> It's a standard construct of higher languages, such as English.
>
> Consider the C version:
>
> if ...
> else if ..
> [...]
> else ..
>
> And the English one:
>
> If ...
> nope // early break
> [or ...]
> [maybe ...]
> [finally]
> ...
>
> .s - sorrt
>
>

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