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Re: Possible way to support $Log$

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2004-04-21 10:28:08 CEST

John Peacock wrote:
Lots about logs
I like the B1 solution most:
> B1) $Log[4]$ means include the last 4 history records;

How about embedding the log between $LogN$ and $LogEnd$ tags
where N is the number of log entries to include. If N is omitted, all
log entries are shown.
There also has to be a file extension specific line comment property
(let's call it LC) to make everything work.

Assume that LC = '//' and you want your last five log entries in the
file's header. So you just insert:

// $Log5$

and commit. The next person updating the file will receive

// $Log5:
// My
// last
// five
// log
// entries
// $LogEnd$

Upon a commit everything following the $LogN: and including $LogEnd$ is
dumped and $LogN: becomes $LogN$ again. The colon indicates, that the
$LogN$ is expanded.

How about that?


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