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Q/Comment: book/ch00.xml (SECTION 1/AUDIENCE):

From: Jostein Chr. Andersen <jostein_at_josander.net>
Date: 2003-12-27 17:10:12 CET


I'm currently translating the Subversion book to Norwegian and have a
question/comment about the books audience:

The book says in the first paragraph, section 1:

This book is written for computer literate folk who want to use
Subversion to manage their data. While Subversion runs on a number of
different operating systems, its primary user interface is command-line
based. For that reason, the examples in this book assume the reader is
using a Unix-like operating system, and is relatively comfortable with
Unix and command-line interfaces.

Is this really right? I think that any command line interface in any OS
works. The commands are even a mix of different OSs, for example:
   move (mv, rename, ren)

Can this section be corrected (you will even increase your audience with
about 800.23 % :-) to reflech that any (major) command line interface
and OS will do?


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