On Friday, May 16, 2014 8:22:30 AM UTC+2, Andy wrote:
>
> For a 'release' we'd send the customer a complete set of files, but 
> often a fix only requires one or two files to be modified which we ask 
> the customer to install. When a dealing with a later fault, we'd like to 
> have a method of knowing which files the customer did actually install! 
>
>
Why don't you just write a small script that fills in such a header on 
demand? If the header is missing, you can assume that the file is from the 
last proper release.

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