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probable typo

From: Madan U Sreenivasan <madan_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-05-22 08:25:29 CEST

Hi,

    The project_tasks.html contains the following text...

<quote>
Also, note that recently some code from the Dawn of Days of the Subversion
project has been revived. It implements an XML (de)serializer for editor
drive data, which means it can spit out an XML representation of a set of
changes, and can take that XML representation and use it to "patch" a
pristing set of files. The other existing (de)serializer today is the one
that is commonly known as the "dumpfile" format. These two existing
implementations need to be taken into account during the analysis and
design phase.
</quote>

    I do not unerstand what this means completely. Could somebody enlighten
me pl? Maybe its simply hard for a SoC candidate to understand, which
means we should simplify the wording.

    Also, Pl. note the word 'pristing'. I think this obviously is wrong and
is a typo for 'pristine'. Again, I might be wrong, as I dont understand
the surrounding context. But if am not, pl. find a patch attached to fix
this.

Regards,
Madan.

Index: www/project_tasks.html
===================================================================
--- www/project_tasks.html (revision 19733)
+++ www/project_tasks.html (working copy)
@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@
 code from the Dawn of Days</a> of the Subversion project has been
 revived. It implements an XML (de)serializer for editor drive data,
 which means it can spit out an XML representation of a set of changes,
-and can take that XML representation and use it to "patch" a pristing
+and can take that XML representation and use it to "patch" a pristine
 set of files. The other existing (de)serializer today is the one that
 is commonly known as the "dumpfile" format. These two existing
 implementations need to be taken into account during the analysis and

Fix typo based on the 'obvious fix' rule.

subversion/www/project_tasks.html:
(Summer of Code tasks): Fix typo.

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