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On Thu February 8, 2001 12:51 pm, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> So we'll soon have two Repository Access (RA) implementations: ra_dav
> and ra_local.
> The client keeps available RA `plugins' (vtable structures) in a
> private array. When it sees an http:// repository URL, it knows to
> use the ra_dav vtable. When it sees a file:/ repository URL, it knows
> to use the ra_local vtable.
> My original idea was that libsvn_client load these RA implementation
> "on demand". But this is stupid, isn't it? I mean, libsvn_ra_dav and
> libsvn_ra_local should just be statically or dynamically linked, don't
> you think? (That is, rather than dealing with portably loading dso's)
> I can't see the advantage of on-demand loading unless we someday have
> 37 RA implementations...
> Do people agree?
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