After following your link, I am sure that some RCS systems that use MySQL
as a backend *may* use UDFs as part of their persistence logic, but those
would be specific to the RCS product you are curious about. There aren't
any "generic" UDFs that will apply to all verson contol front-ends. Does
the one in the link use any UDFs? I couldn't tell from what I read and to
be perfectly honest, I couldn't figure out from the reading that RCS
actually used MySQL at all.
Is this what you wanted to know or have I still missed something vital to
the question? It's been one of those days for me.
Unimin Corporation - Spruce Pine
Jason Pyeron <jpyeron@stripped> wrote on 08/16/2005 02:15:34 PM:
> RCS= Revision Control Sytems
> it is what backends things like cvs.
> and yes user defined functions
> On Tue, 16 Aug 2005 SGreen@stripped wrote:
> > Jason Pyeron <jpyeron@stripped> wrote on 08/16/2005 01:01:03 PM:
> >> Anyone out there heard of a rcs udf (or similar) for MySQL?
> >> Google is not being nice to me, too much noise in the results.
> >> --
> > rcs=? Reaction Conrol System? Rear Cannon Sights?
> > udf = User Defined Function? (just making sure)
> > What is it, what does it do and where did you hear of such a thing?
> > we could help if we had more information.
> > Shawn Green
> > Database Administrator
> > Unimin Corporation - Spruce Pine
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