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Re: svn commit: r13260 - in branches/meta-data-versioning: . owner-group-mode owner-group-mode/subversion/include owner-group-mode/subversion/libsvn_client owner-group-mode/subversion/libsvn_wc

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-05 06:49:03 CET

pmarek@tigris.org writes:
> Log:
> r98@inet: flip | 2005-03-04 13:45:19 +0100

I think I understand what these lines are, but can you put them at the
end, instead of the beginning, and maybe put them in parens or square
brackets? It should be made apparent to the casual reader that they
are foreign metadata. They are not descriptive of the change, from
the reader's point of view, so they shouldn't be the first thing the
reader sees.

> * branches/meta-data-versioning/owner-group-mode:
> Merged the changes from the text-time branch, as they're needed
> here too.

Whenever you merge, always say what revisions you merged, not just
"the changes". For example:

* branches/meta-data-versioning/owner-group-mode:
  Merged r13259 from branches/meta-data-versioning/text-time to here,
  as they're needed here too.

Can you fix up any log messages that need it accordingly? Thanks!


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Received on Sat Mar 5 07:08:43 2005

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