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Re: What is the .svn/empty-file for?

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-01-05 17:46:04 CET

> But I admittedly was thinking of only unix-like and windows...I'd
> forgotten the "any APR supported system" idea. (Is that really true? Is
> anybody *really* running Subversion on Netware. Would it work?)

APR has been ported to AS/400 + OS/400; Subversion porting is on the way. No
idea if it's unix like enough, but there really is a wide range of systems
on which Subversion is being used.



PS: Thanks! Nice to know NUL: behaves unix-like enough to be the functional
equivalent of /dev/null.

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