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Re: Is it safe to delete the svn:executable property on text files?

From: Kevin Puetz <puetzk_at_puetzk.org>
Date: 2005-06-10 04:26:10 CEST

David Ripton wrote:

> For .c and .h files, it's just a matter of cleanliness, since they're
> not usefully executable even with execute permission set. (If you try
> running one on Unix, you'll get a "command not found" almost all of the
> time. Unless you've written a C / shell quine, which you're highly
> unlikely to do accidentally.)

<grin>Two is easy, it's getting to 3+ that's a bit challenging</grin>

cat /*dev/null; echo "Happy New Year"\!
cat <<c*/ /*dev/null | cat > /dev/null
c */ () {} /*
c */ main() { cat(); printf("Happy New Year!\n"); } /*
17 format(' Happy New Year!')
                write (6,17)
c This program runs in four languages with the same effect.
c The languages are C, Fortran, C Shell and Bourne Shell.
c Written by Vadim Antonov, avg@hq.demos.su

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