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Re: merge branch vs. commit trunk

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2003-09-24 19:25:05 CEST

Concerning Re: merge branch vs. commit trunk
John Peacock wrote on 24 Sep 2003, 10:12, at least in part:

> > In terms of diff the changes may well have been significant though
> > they just affected the link column at the start of the pages and the
> > address block at the end.
> That's why SSI or some other form of templating is preferred over
> frequent huge global changes. Change the one file that all other
> files include and commit one file.

Quite right. The hoster here, however, asks the double monthly fee
for enabling SSI (together with other things we do not need). OTOH
after some trouble a few years ago they are quite reliable so we are
not very eager here to go for another one who includes the includes
at about the current fees. So I'll continue to limit global replaces
and if I cannot avoid them I'll split up commits ... or try the faster
box next time ...

Jan Hendrik

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