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[BOOK] [PATCH] Niggles in Chapter 1

From: Chris Pepper <pepper_at_reppep.com>
Date: 2004-10-02 06:16:46 CEST

        Remove spaces around &mdash;. Add dash in commandline.

                                                Chris Pepper

Index: ch01.xml
--- ch01.xml (revision 11198)
+++ ch01.xml (working copy)
@@ -174,7 +174,7 @@
              Additionally, in CVS you cannot replace a versioned file
              with some new thing of the same name without the new item
              inheriting the history of the old&mdash;perhaps completely
- unrelated&mdash; file. With Subversion, you can add,
+ unrelated&mdash;file. With Subversion, you can add,
              delete, copy, and rename both files and directories. And
              every newly added file begins with a fresh, clean
              history all its own.</para>
@@ -197,7 +197,7 @@
          <term>Versioned metadata</term>
            <para>Each file and directory has a set of
- properties&mdash;keys and their values&mdash; associated
+ properties&mdash;keys and their values&mdash;associated
              with it. You can create and store any arbitrary key/value
              pairs you wish. Properties are versioned over time, just
              like file contents.</para>
@@ -433,7 +433,7 @@

        <para>The following example assumes that you have
- <command>svn</command>, the Subversion commandline client, and
+ <command>svn</command>, the Subversion command-line client, and
        <command>svnadmin</command>, the administrative tool, ready to
        go. It also assumes that your <command>svn</command> client has
        been compiled against Berkeley DB. To verify this, run

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