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Re: RFC: a permanent svn-specific URL syntax

From: Rafael Garcia-Suarez <raphel.garcia-suarez_at_hexaflux.com>
Date: 2003-05-28 17:31:28 CEST

Colin Watson wrote:
> > http://svn.something.net/repository/project/branch1/file.c@1613
> > http://svn.something.net/repository/project/branch1/file.c/1613
> > http://svn.something.net/repository/project/branch1/file.c,1613
> Something like this also allows access control to be used easily on both
> HEAD URLs and revision URLs. Using path-info as in "/revision" looks
> ideal for files because it ensures that it can't possibly clash with a
> real entry in the repository, but is not so good for directories.
> Perhaps "?rev=revision" would be simplest.

The simplest safe short solution is probably to use a # sign (ie. the
uri fragment syntax) :
It has the same advantages than the path-info solution, but works for
directories as well.

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Received on Wed May 28 17:35:41 2003

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