From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-12-28 11:30:15
On Tuesday 28 December 2004 19:18, Vladimir Prus wrote:
I forgot to comment on one part:
> + The <filename>/foo//bar</filename> syntax is used to refer to
> the target <filename>bar</filename> in
> + <!-- I assume I was right to
> change foo into bar here. Please + take care not to make errors
> like this one; it leaves the + reader mightily confused about
> what's really going on if he + assumes the documentation is
> correct. -->
Yes, "foo" -> "bar" change is correct.
> + the project with global id <filename>/foo</filename> (the slash
> + is used to specify global id).
> + <!-- as opposed to what? There's no such thing as a "local" id
> + is there? This parenthetical remark is more confusing than
> + enlightening. It gives the impression that we could leave
> + the slash off and still have a project id, but a path
> + without a preceding slash always specifies a file path
> + (right?) -->
No, there's no such thing as local id for now.
This magic comment actually marks the place which I should have revisited.
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