On 12/01/10 12:21, Lester Caine wrote: > Dave Ingram wrote: >>>> git archive cranks out a single file representing any commit in the >>>> repository, it can even format the archive w/ zip for the windows >>>> folks ;) >>> YES but without any header updates to the files. >>> Once unzipped you have no idea what version a file is, and that IS >>> causing problems in the field. If you can replace the whole package of >>> code, then it may not be a problem, but well structured pakcaged >>> systems really need a little help when people can THEN mix and match. >> I can't speak for other DVCS systems, but you could use a git "smudge >> filter" to add any sort of source-control headers if you really, really >> want to: >> http://chillibear.org/2010/04/git-and-cvs-like-keyword-expansion-idents.html >> > > Now that is one I have not seen, but outlines the reasons for wanting > it nicely. It does highlight another part of this jigsaw ... need ruby > running as well as python and php ;) You don't have to write the filter in Ruby -- that was just his choice. You could use shellscript, PHP, or even C if you really wanted.
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