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From "Andrew C. Oliver" <>
Subject Re: cvs commit: jakarta-lucene/src/java/org/apache/lucene/search
Date Wed, 08 May 2002 18:07:05 GMT
Thats fine Jon.  I'm not really up to explaining it to you.  I'm going 
to do it via crontab.  Once I'm done with it I'll send you the script if 
you're interested in implementing it for Lucene or Maven to free you up 
from your task as code formatting security:  --  Give you more time to 
argue. ;-)


Jon Scott Stevens wrote:

>on 5/8/02 5:13 AM, "Andrew C. Oliver" <> wrote:
>>I'm going to do it in the crontab.  Yes it is technically possible
>>otherwise, no I don't care to have a lengthy discussion about it, as I
>>think doing it in the crontab is better.  *everything* is technically
>>possible, its all a matter of costs and risks.
>Andy, now you are just being silly.
>Think about it:
>#1. You change a file.
>#2. You cvs commit it.
>#3. Diff gets sent to the server.
>#4. Server then checks out a copy of the file and changes it and checks it
>in again.
>#5. File on local disk is different than file on server.
>#6. User who did the commit does a cvs update.
>At #4, you will get two commit messages for every commmit.
>At #6, when the user does a cvs update, they are going to get a bunch of
>conflicts because the lines changed from the version on the server to the
>version on the client.
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