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Re: Can I define lables for URLs in my local config file?

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2006-05-18 02:19:17 CEST

Dave Camp wrote:

>I'm constantly performing server operations with long URLs like
>svn_ssh://foo.domain.com/svn/project/trunk and it's getting annoying
>to type that over and over.
>Is there some way I can define that in my local config such that I
>can type 'svn log myShortcut' and have it internally expand
>myShortcut to the full URL?
>I just reviewed the config file section of the online 1.3 book and
>don't see anything quite like this.

Shell environment variables will help here.

In Windows, for example:

set URL=svn_ssh://foo.domain.com/svn/project
svn ls %URL%/trunk
svn co %URL%/trunk bar

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