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Should this be mistype ?

From: Eric Lee <eric_at_myprojects.srhost.info>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2008 20:52:32 +0800

Hi, I am checking out the best subversion client.

But found a mistypo, but still not sure about that. Here a part of it.

 It is very common in Software Development for changes to be related to a specific bug or issue ID. Users of bug tracking systems (issue trackers) would like to associate the changes they make in Subversion with a specific ID in their issue tracker. Most issue trackers therefore provide a pre-commit hook script which parses the log message to find the bug ID with which the commit is associated. This is somewhat error prone since it relies on the user to write the log message properly so that the pre-commit hook script can parse it correctly.

Should this be change from,
Most issue trackers therefore provide a pre-commit hook script

to,
Most version control system therefore provide a pre-commit hook script

?

Thanks

Regards,
Eric,

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Received on 2008-06-22 14:56:27 CEST

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