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Re: Keyword corresponding to $log:$ in CVS

From: Joerg Faschingbauer <jfasch_at_salomon.at>
Date: 2003-06-04 07:09:10 CEST

>>>>> "Lars" == Lars Haack <lars.haack@gmx.de> writes:

Lars> Hello,
Lars> I have a question concerning the keyword expansion facilities of subversion.
Lars> I would like to know if there is a keyword corresponding to $log:$ in CVS. I
Lars> often use this keyword in my sourcefiles because I like the idea of having
Lars> the whole history of a file inside the file itself besides the actual state.
Lars> Then I only have to look into the file and get the information I need
Lars> without having to invoke the version control tool at all.

I suppose you never did a merge in CVS. Believe me, $Log$ is not what
you want, and you better remove it from your source before you
branch. It reliably causes conflicts which you'll have to resolve


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