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Re: svn-book inconsistency?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-25 23:02:08 CEST

On Mar 25, 2007, at 09:06, I Am wrote:

> It seems that the svn-book.html (for 1.2) is inconsistent with
> regard to its use
> (or not) of "trunk" in the examples. I've tried to use the book as a
> project-side companion as I created my first project using SVN.
> I'm a past CVS
> user. I've found myself making mistakes several times now with
> regard to the
> use of "trunk".
> I think what is happening is that some parts of book explicitly use
> "myproject/trunk" (or the equivalent) in an example, and some parts
> don't. For
> example, the "snv checkout" synopsis does NOT mention trunk.
> I'm beginning to realize that the use of "trunk" is just a
> convention so the
> documentation isn't wrong. But it would help eliminate confusion
> if it always
> used "trunk" in all examples with possibly a note saying that the
> use of trunk
> isn't strictly necessary.

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