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Re: svn commit: propchange - r33150 - svn:log

From: Greg Stein <gstein_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 08:46:43 -0400

Why this change? Since the last time I spent working on Subversion,
now that I'm back, I'm finding a crazy amount of attention spent to
the log messages. Adding periods, correcting typos, adjusting
indentation, etc. Shoot, I saw somebody correct a log from rev 1400 or
so just a week ago.

What is up with that? Where is the flexibility, and why so much

And with this change to my log message, you remove *MY* character, and
turn it into some bland message devoid of my personality. I *like*
shortening to "tho". I don't like you removing my personality from my
log messages. Are you also going to edit out a joke or quip that I
might put in there, in the future? Are all our log messages destined
for some bland, grey goo?


On Sep 18, 2008, at 7:17, arfrever_at_tigris.org wrote:

> Author: arfrever
> Revision: 33150
> Property Name: svn:log
> Action: modified
> Property diff:
> --- old property value
> +++ new property value
> @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Bring the branch up to date with respect
> An extra change snuck into this commit:
> Updated some comments on string/array lifetimes, and moved an array
> into
> -an iteration pool (tho its values are longer-lived).
> +an iteration pool (though its values are longer-lived).
> * subversion/libsvn_wc/experiment.c:
> (generic_walker): dirkeys can be in the iteration pool. the string
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