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Re: checkout to stdout (cvs -p)?

From: Saku Ytti <saku+svn_at_ytti.fi>
Date: 2006-05-18 14:12:55 CEST

On (2006-05-18 13:47 +0200), Anders J. Munch wrote:
> So what's a FILEHANDLE in perl? Can it be some sort of virtual file
> that when written to builds up a string (like stringstream in C++ or
> StringIO in python)? If it absolutely has to be an integer that
> refers to some OS-level resource, you could perhaps create a pipe for
> that, using a second thread to read from the pipe.

I asked this from some of our perl guys, they couldn't immediately
think of a way how to get that FILEHANDLE to an array instead.
And as the program isn't very long ~250 lines (quite compact though,
probably will translate to 400-450 (more readable) python lines)),
I'm more inclined to rewrite it in python than to do that thread-hack.

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