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Re: Version numbers in MS Office documents

From: Edmund Horner <chrysophylax_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2004-04-01 12:49:43 CEST

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Ralf.Bauer-Malz@etas.de wrote:
| Hello,
| has anybody already had the idea of writing the version number (or any
| other keywords) into MS Office documents by pre-commit scripts?
| I would much appreciate any hints (ideas, solutions?).

I think the main problems are:

1. You'll need a pre-commit program that understand MS Office formats.
2. You'll need to somehow modify the data in the transaction. svnlook
can't do that, but I suppose you could use the SVN bindings to
manipulate the transaction in the DB. Another method would be to build
a new transaction from the old one, commit it, and discard the old one

Other than that it sounds easy. Hope it goes well.

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