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Re: Mnemomic names for revisions

From: Brian Huddleston <brianh_at_huddleston.net>
Date: 2005-05-10 02:34:22 CEST

Heh...I wasn't dissing Windows. I'm strictly non-religious about OS. We're
a mixed shop that's predominantly Windows in fact. The awkwardness I was
referring to was having multiple clients (typical windows setup) vs.
multiple accounts (typical unix setup). In the Unix case, you could have
your shell script vars loaded via /etc/profile or something. There are
equivalents in the Windows domain case, but they are, in my humble opinion
awkward.

-Brian
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Parker" <mark@msdhub.com>
To: "Brian Huddleston" <brianh@huddleston.net>
Cc: <users@subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Monday, May 09, 2005 9:40 AM
Subject: Re: Mnemomic names for revisions

> Brian Huddleston wrote:
>>> export FOO=http://myserver/repos/tags/FOO
>>> export BAR=http://myserver/repos/tags/BAR
>>>
>>> svn diff $FOO/myfile.cc $BAR/myfile.cc
>>
>> The above also assumes that you're on a unix box (you can also do it
>> under Windows, but it much clunkier)
>
> set FOO=http://myserver/repos/tags/FOO
> set BAR=http://myserver/repos/tags/BAR
>
> svn diff %FOO%/myfile.cc %BAR%/myfile.cc
>
>
> You have a funny definition of clunky. Most people I know (who aren't
> already familiar with *nix shells) would say that "set" is more intuitive
> than "export". But this isn't an argument about operating systems.
>
> Mark
>
>

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