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Stephane Ruffieux wrote:
| Question 1:
| See svn:externals property.
Hm - I think this isn't a real option until svn ci recurses into
svn:external areas. What do you think?
| Question 2:
| See hook Script Concept.
Can post-commit scripts change the committed files? Didn't think so yet.
|>Von: Ciaran Treanor [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
|>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 11. August 2004 17:09
|>Betreff: Migrating from CVS - a couple of questions
|>I'm thinking of migrating from CVS (main reason is for file renaming
|>support), but I have a couple of questions I'd like to get
|>some answers to
|>before making the big move!
|>CVS has a concept called "ampersand modules" whereby a module
|>can refer to
|>other modules by including '&othermodule' in it's definition
|>in the modules
|>Let's say the CVS repo contains two modules (mod1, mod2). I
|>can create an
|>ampersand (virtual) module by putting the following line is a
|>file on the CVS server.
|>ampermod &mod1 &mod2
|>Now I can checkout 'ampermod' (cvs co ampermod) and I will see the
|>Is there a similar concept in subversion?
|>With CVS it is possible to have CVS run programs to process
|>files when they
|>are committed. Typically this is used to run code formatters
|>(prettyprinters). Is it possible to do this with subversion?
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