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Re: alternative keyword substitution notation

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-26 13:37:19 CEST

On 7/26/07, roberto de vecchi <roberto.devecchi@vi-grade.com> wrote:
> Within our organization we need to manage file in which the $ symbol is
> recognized as a special character (function parameters for example are
> declared in this way). My goal would be to be able to enable the keyword
> substitution for these files but to make this possibile I would need a way
> to use a different notation (based on a different symbol) to describe the
> anchor text.
> does someone have any kind of suggestion about it? From my point of view
> also a key like \$Rev\$ would work but currently svn is not recognizing it
> (of course!)

Keywords are normally inserted in comment sections. Does your file not
have such a concept?

Another solution is to have the expanded keyword in a string:

$version = "$Rev$"



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