> Daniel Serodio <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>>> On Jan 5, 2006, at 11:43, Troels Arvin wrote:
>>>> When a conflict is detected during updates, Subversion creates a
>>>> number of
>>>> files, e.g.
>>>> Is it possible to tell the Subversion client to use other namings for
>>>> the .mine and before/after-revision files, e.g.:
>>> That sounds like a great idea to me, but I don't think Subversion
>>> currently gives you any control of that, nor does searching the issue
>>> tracker for "conflict" show me any relevant bug reports / feature
>> Sounds like a great idea to me too, can you file a RFE about it?
> I too thought we had an issue for this, but I can't find any. Yes,
> please file an enhancement-request issue (pointing to this thread).
> Frankly, I don't think we even need a config control for this -- it
> ought to be the default behavior.
> Although of course, any examples in the book(s) and FAQ will need to
> be updated if we change this behavior. Mmm, and worse, some programs
> might be depending on it. In other words, the current practice of
> putting the Subversion-specific extension on the end might be
> considered an API of sorts.
> I've CC'd dev@ to see what people there think.
I agree with this enhancement in principle, but the actual
implementation would be a different story.
One would have to be very careful on where they put the revision/mine
strings because some people / systems require multiple ending extensions
(example - .tar.gz) to be read as well.
Would it spoil the names (make them that much harder to find) if the
extra tag is added to the front of the file name (example -
r34.foo.tar.gz, mine.foo.tar.gz)? My argument against this method is
that now all of the conflicting files are spread out in the directory
based on revision numbers / "mine".
So then the next option is to try to concatenate the revision text as
the first extension after the file name (example - foo.r34.tar.gz,
foo.mine.tar.gz, etc). But then it becomes harder to read. Do we need
to educate our users better for this scenario? Personally - I like this
option best. If I ever find any documents in the working copy that
start as "mine.xxx.xxx.xxx" I will know that there was a conflict somewhere.
My 2 cents.
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