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OT RE: CVS Update Behaviour

From: Daniels, David
Subject: OT RE: CVS Update Behaviour
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 10:43:22 -0600

While this conversation has been entertaining, I think it's time to take it

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Subject: Re: CVS Update Behaviour

[ On Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 23:51:29 (-0800), Paul Sander wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: CVS Update Behaviour
> My point was that very few programmers, including the seasoned toolsmiths
> who read this list, know and regularly use all of the tools at their
> disposal.

Then you have confirmed that your point is irrelevant, just as I said it

>  Yes, some of the tools I listed are nearly worthless (or at
> least have better alternatives).  And in my world, "patch" also falls
> into that category.  (I don't know why Greg seems to have a problem with
> this fact.)

I have no problem with the fact you consider 'patch' to be useless for
your needs.  I do have a very major problem with the fact that you don't
have any alternative that's better for your needs.  This is clearly why
you've had so much problems with file renames.  Clearly you should be
using 'patch' (or desparately trying to find something equally capable)
because it solves problems you've apparently left un-solved and which
you've continually whined and moaned about in this forum for literally
years now.

                                                                Greg A.

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