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Re: Subversion .svn annoyance

From: Chip Turner <cturner_at_redhat.com>
Date: 2004-09-07 05:04:29 CEST

Toby Johnson <toby@etjohnson.us> writes:

> The annoyance in having to gunzip or otherwise de-obfuscate the
> text-base files before using them would far outweigh the annoyance of
> having to pipe your greps through a grep -v svn/text-bas or otherwise
> use some other tool to accomplish the same thing.

Interesting; is the test-base directory (indeed, the entire .svn tree)
meant to be consumed as an API? Or just a handy side-effect you're
taking advantage of? Is there a stated policy with respect to the
format of the .svn directory in a working copy?


Chip Turner                   cturner@redhat.com
                              Red Hat, Inc.
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