[svnbook commit] r3245 - trunk/src/en/book

fitz noreply at red-bean.com
Wed Aug 6 01:51:43 CDT 2008

Author: fitz
Date: Wed Aug  6 01:51:42 2008
New Revision: 3245

Thanks to C-Mike for catching my misinterpretation of the
copyediting--the copyeditor wanted me to close up the space between
the punctuation mark and the footnote mark, *not* put the footnote
mark *before* the punctuation mark.

* src/en/book/ch09-reference.xml, src/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml:


Modified: trunk/src/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml
--- trunk/src/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml	(original)
+++ trunk/src/en/book/ch02-basic-usage.xml	Wed Aug  6 01:51:42 2008
@@ -326,14 +326,14 @@
         authentication credentials on disk.  This is done for
         convenience so that you don't have to continually reenter
         your password for future operations.  If you're concerned
-        about caching your Subversion passwords<footnote>
+        about caching your Subversion passwords,<footnote>
           <para>Of course, you're not terribly worried—first
             because you know that you can't
             <emphasis>really</emphasis> delete anything from
             Subversion, and second because your Subversion password
             isn't the same as any of the other 3 million passwords
             you have, right?  Right?</para>
-        </footnote>,
+        </footnote>
         you can disable caching either permanently or on a
         case-by-case basis.</para>
@@ -569,7 +569,7 @@
               deleted, but Subversion schedules it for deletion.  When
               you commit your changes, <filename>foo</filename> will
               be entirely removed from your working copy and the
-              repository<footnote>
+              repository.<footnote>
                 <para>Of course, nothing is ever totally deleted from
                   the repository—just from the
                   <literal>HEAD</literal> of the repository.  You can
@@ -578,7 +578,7 @@
                   than the one in which you deleted it. Also see <xref
-              </footnote>.
+              </footnote>
@@ -676,10 +676,10 @@
           network.  This makes it easy to manage your
           changes-in-progress when you are somewhere without a network
           connection, such as traveling on an airplane, riding a
-          commuter train, or hacking on the beach<footnote>
+          commuter train, or hacking on the beach.<footnote>
             <para>And you don't have a WLAN card.  Thought
               you got us, huh?</para>
-          </footnote>.
+          </footnote>
         <para>Subversion does this by keeping private caches of
@@ -1509,10 +1509,10 @@
           surprised when the sandwich arrives and it's not what she
           wanted.  This is where you pick up the phone or walk
           across the office and explain to Sally that you can't get
-          sauerkraut from an Italian deli<footnote>
+          sauerkraut from an Italian deli.<footnote>
             <para>And if you ask them for it, they may very well ride
               you out of town on a rail.</para>
-          </footnote>.
+          </footnote>
           Once you've agreed on the changes you will check in, edit
           your file and remove the conflict markers:</para>
@@ -2131,9 +2131,9 @@
       <para>In addition to all of the previous commands, you can use
         <command>svn update</command> and <command>svn
         checkout</command> with the <option>--revision</option> option
-        to take an entire working copy <quote>back in time</quote><footnote>
+        to take an entire working copy <quote>back in time</quote>:<footnote>
           <para>See?  We told you that Subversion was a time machine.</para>
-        </footnote>:
+        </footnote>

Modified: trunk/src/en/book/ch09-reference.xml
--- trunk/src/en/book/ch09-reference.xml	(original)
+++ trunk/src/en/book/ch09-reference.xml	Wed Aug  6 01:51:42 2008
@@ -16,11 +16,11 @@
     <title>The Subversion Command-Line Client: <command>svn</command></title>
     <para>To use the command-line client, type
-      <command>svn</command>, the subcommand you wish to use<footnote>
+      <command>svn</command>, the subcommand you wish to use,<footnote>
         <para>Well, you don't need a subcommand to use the
           <option>--version</option> option, but we'll get to that in
           just a minute.</para>
-      </footnote>,
+      </footnote>
       and any options or targets that you wish to operate on—the
       subcommand and the options need not appear in a specific order.
       For example, all of the following are valid ways to
@@ -5569,8 +5569,7 @@
             <para>Create a new, empty repository at the path provided.
               If the provided directory does not exist, it will be
-              created for you.
-              <footnote>
+              created for you.<footnote>
                 <para>Remember, <command>svnadmin</command> works only
                   with local <emphasis>paths</emphasis>, not
@@ -9101,12 +9100,12 @@
             <para>If present on a file, indicates that the file is not
               an ordinary file, but a symbolic link or other special
-              object<footnote>
+              object.<footnote>
                 <para>As of this writing, symbolic links are indeed
                   the only <quote>special</quote> objects.  But there
                   might be more in future releases of
-              </footnote>.
+              </footnote>

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