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Re: keyword expansion for MS Office files

From: Henrik Sundberg <storangen_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 3 May 2008 23:09:10 +0200

2008/5/3 Joshua Kramer <josh_at_globalherald.net>:
>> Do you mean OOXML? In that case I think you are wrong. Both OOXML and
>> ODF store zipped XML. The substitution will not work in zip-archives.
>> I think it would be a great feature to allow key substitution in
>> zip-archives with .od* extension.
> Hello,
> It's worth mentioning the odf-svn project. This project stores ODF files in
> Subversion the "right" way, i.e. unzipping them and storing the resulting
> XML files. You may be able to hack this to add the $Revision keyword...
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/odfsvn/

But it's done the wrong way, IMO. It's not compatible with any other
client than the odfsvn client.
By giving subversion a way to automatically keep some archives in
uncompressed form in the repository, it should be possible to use svn
keywords in more cases.

The OP was about binary word documents, but fixing the problem for
zipped xml-documents would be good for the future.

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