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Re: Patching file before commit

From: Helge Jung <helge_at_eco-logic-software.de>
Date: 2003-06-29 15:29:31 CEST

e.huelsmann@gmx.net wrote:
> Why would you want that before the commit? If you put
> $Revision$
> in your file, then it will always contain the revision number
> on which your software is based. After the commit, this file
> will contain the correct number and when checking out a specific
> revision, the file will contain the revision number you requested
> to be checked out. Isn't that what you want?

I had to use $Rev$ but it is working now as I planned it.

Does a list with all possible keyword/substitutes exists? I'm searching
for the keywords giving me the date of the last commit in the repository
(not $LastChangedDate$ date of the last commit of the actual file).


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Received on Sun Jun 29 15:30:34 2003

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