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Re: Searching private SVN Repository - how? best ways?

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-06-18 14:41:52 CEST

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Michael B. Parker
  To: Users@Subversion.Tigris.Org
  Cc: staff@freefind.com ; users@viewvc.tigris.org ; opengrok-discuss@opensolaris.org ; Fisheye-Support@Cenqua.com
  Sent: Sunday, June 18, 2006 7:51 AM
  Subject: Searching private SVN Repository - how? best ways?


  Thoughts? Preferences? Thanks!

Well, for one, Mike, I'd learn to stop writing IN CAPS vs *tiny print caps* vs. "indented and bold but even smaller print caps. If you have the time to do that much font manipulation, you have the time to write clearly without it, and your text will not actually hurt my eyeballs to try and read. I can feel my eyeballs dialing in and out to match all the font sizes, and it's actively painful to read your writing. May I suggest you simply use flat text for your email? This is a text-based list, not a binaries list, after all.

Keeping an updated working copy of the entire repository might be helpful. I've done that for other reasons, particularly for websites kepe under Subversion. Access to private vs. non-privatae parts of the repository and managing then becomes an interesting issue, and I can see why someone like FishEye might charge money for it.
Received on Sun Jun 18 14:43:19 2006

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