On 2009-08-05 16:36:50 +0200, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> Well, I've never used CVS for my personal files. The file comes in fact
> from RCS (but as CVS is based on RCS, this looks similar).
> I simply did the following in my SVN working copy:
> $ cp <the_file_in_question> lplain.bst
> $ svn add lplain.bst
> $ svn ci
> Note: at that time, I didn't add an Id keyword. I added the keyword
> in some later revision (with "svn ps", as usual).
Sorry, it was more complex. It was something like that:
$ cp <the_file_in_question> lplain.bst
$ svn add lplain.bst
$ svn ps svn:keywords "Id Date" lplain.bst
$ svn ci
Later I did a commit where I added a directory ensl/these, and in
particular, a svn cp, as the log shows:
r1950 | lefevre | 2003-12-08 13:30:36 +0100 (Mon, 08 Dec 2003) | 4 lines
A /ensl/these/lplain.bst (from /tex/lplain.bst:1948)
Before doing this commit, I removed the svn:keywords property on
ensl/these/lplain.bst (with "svn pdel"), and I modified the file
so that it was saying
$Id: lplain.bst,v 4.0 2000/01/31 18:11:53 vlefevre Exp $
but I hit a Subversion bug: the property wasn't removed (with a
possibly inconsistency between the working copy and the repository).
I really removed the property in r1953.
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Received on 2009-08-05 16:52:49 CEST