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Re: ssl-authority-files relative pathnames

From: Karl Chen <quarl_at_cs.berkeley.edu>
Date: 2007-03-20 08:11:06 CET

>>>>> On 2007-03-19 11:26 PDT, Daniel Rall writes:

    Daniel> Is this a problem because you're re-using the same
    Daniel> Subversion configuration file across these systems?
    Daniel> If so, is anything stopping you from using forks of
    Daniel> your config file?

Yup, my subversion configuration is versioned and I use it on all
my accounts!

I /could/ just not version the servers file, or keep uncommitted
changes on all locations; and I have to for now anyway given the
long turnaround until all these boxes will could conceivably get
this feature. Probably what I'll do is version "servers.in" and
post-process it.

An alternative to my first proposal is to expand of "~" or
"$HOME", but I think the first one is cleaner, as relative paths
currently aren't useful for anything.

Karl 2007-03-20 00:05
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