refactoring and noting mv/rename after the fact
aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca
Thu Apr 14 18:45:11 BST 2005
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John Yates wrote:
| On Monday, April 11, 2005, Aaron Bentley wrote:
|>rename(2)s don't always mean what they look like (because they're used
|>to atomically update files and such), so monitoring rename(2) wouldn't
|>be any help.
| Not to throw cold water on the notion of monitoring operations but to the
| extent that bzr aspires to control more than just text files maintained
| with simple Unix tools monitoring as I understand it is likely to find it
| "rough sledding".
| The MS Office Big 3 each
| follow a different paradigm to perform a reliable update. These vary from
| MS Office release to release. Here is what we found for the most recent
| release at that time (circa 2001):
This is pretty much what I was saying.
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