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Re: Is it possible to synchronize unpacked sources with its binary container?

From: Olivier Dagenais <olivier.dagenais_at_formark.com>
Date: 2007-05-22 01:33:48 CEST

> Would something like this be possible, either using shell scripts (on
> linux)
> or even better with an extension to the currently available clients
> like 'svn' and TortoiseSVN? It won't be trivial, but as odf files are
> hopefully becoming the standard, it would be a very valuable addition to
> subversion.

Personally, I would prefer seeing the software that generated this file to
also have the option of saving in "exploded" format, that way you can commit
these files/folders in all types of source control systems. Microsoft's
InfoPath, which usually saves Form Templates as .xsn (CAB files with a
different extension) has such a feature for, I imagine, purposes like the
one you want...

Olivier Dagenais
Software Engineering / Génie logiciel
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