[svnbook commit] r2050 - trunk/src/en
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Tue Mar 7 16:59:02 CST 2006
Date: Tue Mar 7 16:58:57 2006
New Revision: 2050
* en/TODO: Mention Trac. Remove items which are now fixed or migrated to Trac.
--- trunk/src/en/TODO (original)
+++ trunk/src/en/TODO Tue Mar 7 16:58:57 2006
@@ -1,43 +1,11 @@
This is a -*- text -*- file.
-NEEDED FOR 1.2 COMPLETION
- * ch05: comparison of bdb and fsfs: make it clear that fsfs is now
- the default, need --fs-type bdb to get bdb. [MIKE]
- * ch07: Fixed length keywords [MIKE]
- The format of fixed length keyword and its data is
- - Unexpanded keyword: "$keyword:: $"
- - Expanded keyword: "$keyword:: value $"
- - Expanded kw with filling: "$keyword:: value $"
- - Truncated keyword: "$keyword:: longval#$"
- * Possibly document mod_mime's interaction with Autoversioning: (BEN)
- Make autoversioning more friendly, by cooperating with httpd's
+SvnBook issue tracking is migrating to Trac at:
- - let mod_mime attempt to set 'svn:mime-type' during an
- autoversioning PUT.
- - let mod_mime attempt to set the Content-type: header when
- a non-svn DAV client does a GET (and only when 'svn:mime-type'
- isn't set.)
- In order to make the PUT part work, set 'ModMimeUsePathInfo on'.
- In order to make the GET part work, set 'TypesConfig conf/mime.types'.
- * Need to verify that all reference command line syntaxes in
- <programlisting> tags in chapter 9 are synced with real "svn help"
- output. This includes:
- - Add lock section
- - Add unlock section
- - Update status section
- - Update status output (adding extra cols) (everywhere in the
- whole book)
+New issues should be filed directly into Trac.
+Existing issues will be gradually either fixed, or migrated to Trac.
NEEDED FOR 1.3 COMPLETION (CHECK TO SEE IF ANY OF THESE WIND UP IN 1.2.x)
@@ -57,11 +25,6 @@
NEEDED SOMETIME (NOT VERSION-SPECIFIC)
- * Either of the Python bindings examples are easily able to cause an
- is_canonical assert. To be fair, this is more the fault of the bindings
- than of the examples, but I'm noting the issue here since it does affect
- first impressions of the book.
* Example 8.5 (pool usage) is very odd. It uses svn_pool_foo() wrappers,
yet uses apr_status_t, not svn_error_t, error handling. This is weird.
Since it is attempting to demonstrate proper Subversion pool coding style,
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