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RE: $Source$

From: <Craig.Schroeder_at_thomson.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 15:26:49 CEST

George Hazan wrote:
> Hello, Robert!
> Thu, 17 May 2007 00:53:50 -0700 you wrote:
>> Read "Keyword Substitution" in Chapter 3 of the SVN book again...
>> while it may seem a bit murky, I think you will see that this
>> process has nothing to do with SVN clients per se.
> The substitution is made by a client. Period :) Server doesn't do it,
> it can be easily proven.
>> Conceptually, keyword substitutions are changes *to your working
>> copies* that happen "magically" from the perspective of the client.
> Yes, and that "working copy" is patched by the client.

The folks here do, in fact, realize that the client is making the
substitution, but SVN clients that use SVN code libraries have no
control over how keyword substitution occurs. Therefore, even though
the client is performing keyword substitution, it is not responsible for
documenting how it works. The best practice is for us to document that
keyword substitution exists and point to the subversion docs for details
on how it works.

So everyone is half right.


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