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November 4, 2006, 8:44 am
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Re: $Id: index.html,v 1.14 2006/04/12 04:18:39 sgd Exp sgd $ =???
They're put there by revision control systems. That one looks like RCS,
upon which the widely used CVS is built.
sgd is likely to be someone's initials. I think he's the person who last
modified the file, and the date is the date on which he modified it,
i.e. on which he created revision 1.14.
"Exp" is an RCS "state", and means "Experimental", and is the default.
Alternatives are apparently "Stab" (Stable) and "Rel" (Released).
Perhaps you should email sgd and ask him why you're still getting an
unstable experimental version of his page.
In the CVS manual:
"Various pieces of information thought to be useful: full path to the
RCS file in the repository, revision, date (in UTC), author, state, and
(Lockers are rare, although in the following example, qsmith has a
$Header: /usr/local/newrepos/myproj/hello.c,v 1.1 2001/06/01 03:21:13 \
jrandom Exp qsmith $
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