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Re: $Source$

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: 2007-05-21 11:02:08 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> You wrote:
>> Scott Pritchett wrote:
>>> So the onus is on the programmer to re-instate the keywords? Hmmm.
>> Ummm, that is not what Lübbe said... the phrase used was "the client",
>> which refers in this case to the SVN client *library* code. Not the
>> same as your use of the word "programmer", if I follow your concern.
> A quick goooooogle search brought up this quote.
> From: http://www.stevencscheer.com/artofreading.htm
> "If you want to read well, you must pay attention. There is a lot more to
> reading well, but paying attention is an unavoidable first step. If you are
> not paying attention, you might as well stop reading, for you are no longer
> registering what is being said, which means that you have already stopped
> reading anyway. Just looking at the words won't do."

I am not sure *I* take your meaning from this... ;)

If you are agreeing with me (and yourself) that the poster I was
answering was not reading well, yes.

If you are wondering about the tortured phrasing I used here, it was
because I was trying hard to be polite, given the enormous amount of
misunderstanding present in this thread from the start. I will stick
with one of my earlier comments (as repugnant as it is on some level),
and say that it may be easiest if one sees the handling of Subversion
keyword expansion as "magic", at least inasmuch as "where" it happens.

Robert Roessler

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