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RE: What is postfix?

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2003-09-30 15:42:55 CEST

Charles E. Doucette wrote:
> Perhaps this is only a TortoiseSVN issue; but, what does the PostFix
> message mean during a commit?

I believe it's an artifact of a notification callback of the type
svn_wc_notify_commit_postfix_txdelta, which is documented thusly:
"Transmitting post-fix text-delta data for a file."(?) It is the same
notification that generates the dots(......) when you do a commit using the
command line client. I basically just look at it as some kind of progress

> Just like when I add something to the repository initially, I would
> hope that any updates I make wouldn't need to be further changed
> unless I do an Subversion update and someone else has changed the
> same file.
> This shows up in Microsoft's Visual Studio .NET as messages saying
> that every file I just changed and committed has
> changed outside of the environment and would I like to reload it
> (them).

Do you have keyword expansion($Id$ etc..) turned on for those files?

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