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On Thu, 05 Oct 2006 13:48:31 +0000, Gerhard Fiedler wrote: ... > Really? I frequently use them for verification that I and someone else are > talking about the same revision of a file. Maybe remove the useless "1.", > but please leave something like a unique revision number. Seconded. It is really useful to have "$Header$" compiled into the binary to check whether the binary on *that* system is actually what we suspect. Would be much less so if there were no revision number in there (and a bit more so if every editor would modify the $Header$ when the file is modified). Andreas -- np: 4'33