[cvsnt] Problem with / in $Id$ keyword replacement in Windows domain

Tim Chippington Derrick tim at chippingtonderrick.co.uk
Thu Dec 4 09:54:23 GMT 2008

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Doh! That fixes it straight away at least in my C# coded. Amazing how 
blind you can be to the obvious solution. I was so focussed on the CVSNT 
side that I never thought of that.

But I will still get the same problem in my C++ code - not so urgent 
right now, but maybe in a few months...


Tony Hoyle wrote:
> Tim Chippington Derrick wrote:
>> public class OptimisationScope
>> {
>> public static String versionInfo = "$Id: OptimisationScope.cs,v 1.18 
>> 2008/10/24 14:42:12 Company\TimDerr Exp $ $Name: $";
>> ....
> IIRC in C# you can switch off escaping by using @ in front of the string.
> Tony

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