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Re: svnfs

From: Hans Reiser <reiser_at_namesys.com>
Date: 2004-10-09 17:39:08 CEST

solo turn wrote:

>hallo hans,
>
>i think i read once something that you wrote towards version control,
>but i cannot find it again.
>
>given the possibilities of reiser4, where would you put which
>functionality to have good version control?
>
>-solo.
>
>
>On Fri, 8 Oct 2004 15:53:17 -0400, Bryan Donlan <bdonlan@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>>On Fri, 08 Oct 2004 11:18:35 -0700, Paul Querna <chip@force-elite.com > wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Archie Cobbs wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>>% diff -u main.C main.C@123 # like 'svn diff -r 123 main.C'
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>This implies every revision foo@NNN appears in the directory.. ?
>>>>Might get crowded... maybe put them in a .revisions subdirectory?
>>>>
>>>>Where do properties appear? You could create a ".properties" subdirectory.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>See Reiser 4. Files are directories.
>>>
>>>eg: diff -u main.C main.C/r/123
>>>
>>>Or to access properties
>>>
>>>cat main.C/p/svn-eolstyle
>>>echo "foobar" > main.C/p/my-property
>>>
>>>It seems that it would be best to follow that model, since a major
>>>filesystem is already going that route.
>>>
>>>
>>How do you access properties or revisions of directories?
>>--
>>bd
>>
>>
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see www.namesys.com/blackbox_security.html. It is the first step towards
the infrastructure needed for version control.

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