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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 26849] - [PATCH] Pathconvert output in xml format and write to file
Date Wed, 11 Feb 2004 15:14:35 GMT
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[PATCH] Pathconvert output in xml format and write to file





------- Additional Comments From peter.reilly@corvil.com  2004-02-11 15:14 -------
>Gosh, I didn't know filenames could have those chars B-)
Easy:
<project>
  <concat destfile="&lt;x.out&gt;">
    Hello world
  </concat>
  <concat><path path="&lt;x.out&gt;"/></concat>
</project>

>Can , also be in filenames?
They are used for example in rcs/cvs files on the server.

Using xml with it's defined escapes makes a lot of sense for
pathconvert.

One could escape them (I think) by checking for dubious
characters and by placing the name in a <![CDATA[]] structure.

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