Greg Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 06:00:17PM -0000, email@example.com wrote:
> > User: sussman
> > Date: 01/03/08 10:00:17
> > Modified: subversion/include svn_ra.h
> > subversion/libsvn_ra_local ra_plugin.c
> > Log:
> > * svn_ra.h (get_commit_editor): take base_path argument, for the same
> > reason that svn_fs_get_editor now does. Namely, the client already
> > knows the "grandaddy" dir where it will call replace root. It's
> > silly to force the editor-driver to always begin changes at the very
> > top of a revision tree.
> I don't understand this part. Why isn't the root just placed at BASE_PATH?
> In other words, don't open the session with "/A" and then pass "B/C/D" as
> BASE_PATH. Just open the session with "/A/B/C/D".
Ohhhhh, I think see what you're saying!
The fs commit editor *requires* that you specify a REVISION:BASE_PATH
pair whet you fetch it. This is the place where you want to start
editing the filesystem (what replace_root() will affect.)
But: this doesn't mean the client needs to see this requirement. As a
user of RA, it already *has* a way to say where it wants to start
editing: the ra->open() call takes a URL. Let the client provide
BASE_PATH within this URL, and provide REVISION to
ra->get_commit_editor() as usual. Then the RA layer can put 1 and 1
together when fetching the fs commit editor
Am I understanding correctly? :)
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:25 2006