thomasp at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Oct 12 19:38:05 PDT 2004
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Kevin P. Fleming wrote:
| James Robertson wrote:
|> Just to clarify, I wanted to add this construct to each XML file
|> Last Changed Date: $LastChangedDate$
|> Last Changed By: $LastChangedBy$
|> Revision: $LastChangedRevision$
| I don't have a problem with this, although it is duplicated information
| if the person looking at the file has access to the SVN repository
| (since they could determine the same information using SVN itself).
| As long as it doesn't produce any performance problems (making checkouts
| slower, for example) then I have no issues with it.
Sounds cool to me, I like having that info right in the file even though
I can get it from the command line.
Oh James, I saw your commits to do this on the syntax_doc and stuff, you
forgot to enable the substitution of those keywords.
A command like this should do the trick:
svn ps svn:keywords \
~ 'LastChangedDate LastChangedRevision LastChangedBy' *
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