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Re: Preserving MacOS Files in SVN (was: Pre/Post-processing)

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-04 03:14:01 CEST

On 10/3/07, Steve Sisak <sgs@codewell.com> wrote:

> >Basically, you are talking about the format of the file stored in
> >Subversion repository and the format of the file in the WC not being
> >the same. Given that, how would you solve the following?
> Can I have an acronym expansion on WC? (Assuming Working Cache)

WC == Working copy.

[lots snipped]

This is all interesting. Perhaps we need to reopen this discussion
(beyond just resource forks). Here's the deal though. We are closing
in on the 1.5 branch date so people are really trying to focus on
getting the final loose ends wrapped up so we can get the done.

I'd suggest you start this thread over again after the release is done
when people are in a frame of mind where we are defining the next
release. You are likely to pull in more of the debate that is needed
to really move this forward if people are more prepared to engage you.
 I think right now a lot of people see this and see that there is no
way we are going to tackle this for 1.5 and just hit delete. We will
ultimately need some of those people to read this and get on board.

If you think that patch you mentioned is the right approach, perhaps
some people can work together to get it updated for current /trunk,
cleaned up, some documentation, tests will be important etc.

Anyway, just wanted to let you know that for the sake of getting the
release done a lot of us need to drop out of this discussion for a
while and I did not want you to think you are being blown off.

Mark Phippard
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Received on Thu Oct 4 03:14:11 2007

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