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[Fwd: newbie question]

From: Max M. Stalnaker <astar_at_spamcop.net>
Date: 2003-06-22 20:09:44 CEST

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Subject: newbie question
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2003 10:47:19 -0700
From: Max M. Stalnaker <astar@spamcop.net>
To: dev@subersion.tigris.org
CC: Jim Odland <jim@tom-software.com>

I have subversion installed on a test box. One of the reasons for
selecting subversion is that the code is advertised as clean. This is
relevant because it would be good for us to make a change in it. I have
the source installed also. I have read various documents. On the other
hand I have not done C programming for years

The modification is to intercept some file reads and writes to the
sandbox. Some of our files are actually a primative file system with
pcode program files therein. It would be good if this was transparent
and the diffs were on the ascii versions of the individual pcode files.
So in reading the sandbox, an access to the primative file system
metafile would translate to recursive accesses to the ascii of the
pcode. On import, the ascii would go back to pcode. It would seem this
might be possible, even if we might not do it right away, but I have not
found the right place to look as yet. Please advise.
Received on Sun Jun 22 20:10:41 2003

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