On Sun, Oct 15, 2000 at 12:19:01AM -0500, Jim Blandy wrote:
> Greg Stein <email@example.com> writes:
> > On Sat, Oct 14, 2000 at 04:46:58PM -0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > > User: jimb
> > > Date: 00/10/14 09:46:58
> > >
> > > Modified: subversion/libsvn_fs dir.c
> > > Log:
> > > libsvn_fs/dir.c (svn_fs_open_node): Be sure to close any nodes we've
> > > opened in the process of descending the tree, even when we return an
> > > error.
> > Every time a node is opened, it *is* automatically registered with a pool,
> > right? (to ensure that it gets cleaned up no matter what)
> When you close a filesystem, the whole shebang goes away ---
> everything it ever allocated, everything. So that level is okay.
> Now, once you've got a node object, you can register it with a pool,
> by calling svn_fs_cleanup_node. But there's no pool argument to
> svn_fs_open_node, to automatically register it when you open it.
> Is that good enough?
It certainly sounds fine!
> [ nodes and the cache w.r.t. pools ]
It sounds like you made a good choice there.
My (simple) question was simply whether we had a failsafe hooked onto the
pool to clean up in case we "missed one".
Thanks for the clear explanation!
Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:11 2006