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Re: Checking out individual files

From: Eric <spamsink_at_scoot.netis.com>
Date: 2007-01-28 18:52:45 CET

At 12:33 PM 1/28/2007, B. Smith-Mannschott wrote:

<BSM>>>>>When I close my eyes, I see a man flailing away at nails
with the handle of a screwdriver for a half an hour before finally
complaining that it's the lousiest hammer he's ever used. The mind reels.<<<<<

Good afternoon, Ben.

His answer to that would be to equate Subversion to the screwdriver,
and VSS to the hammer, and say that obviously we're using the wrong
tool (the screwdriver) and the only viable solution is to immediately
convert everything over to the right tool (the hammer).

<BSM>>>>>I suppose you've tried the obvious work around of putting
each of these precious files in its own directory....?<<<<<

I didn't try it, but I did consider it and decided rather quickly
that it was way too extreme a solution even for me. :-)

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