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RE: loginfo %s question

From: Jerry Nairn
Subject: RE: loginfo %s question
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 15:01:46 -0800

> From: Jerry Nairn [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 1:42 PM

> Maybe directory names with spaces were still a problem. It 
> seems to me they
> would be. I don't remember a solution to that problem.

As it turns out, everything represented by %(Vsv) on the loginfo command
line is one argument, including the repository directory name at the start.
So as long as you don't have directory names of the form:
",jlkjl sfd,1.2.3"
you should be all right.
I'll send my copy of the scripts.

#After parsing out everything else, the last thin on the line is
#the repository directory and the file list. set $filelist to this
# The way I did this, directories cannot have commas in them.
# This is an artificial limitation. It could be parsed better.

undef $special;
if ($filelist =~ s/^([^\,]+)\s\-\s(New director.*|Imported sources)/$2/) {
    $repodir = $1;
    $special = $filelist;
} else {
    $filelist =~ s/^([^\,]+)\s(([0-9]+\.[0-9\.]*|NONE)\,.*)$/$2/;
    $repodir = $1;

if ($special) {

while ($filelist) {
    $filelist =~
    $filename = $2;
    $versions{$filename} = [$1, $3];

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