Greg Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 12:38:22PM -0600, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> > Irony #1: after working hard to make the commit-driver send things in
> > postfix text-delta style, we're currently *ignoring* this
> > optimization. We don't attempt to merge() until the entire
> > transaction has been received. Doh! We need a heuristic that calls
> > merge() repeatedly while the transaction is being assembled, before
> > any text-deltas are sent.
> ra_dav will be doing checks before the text delta is ever sent, so this
> "irony" doesn't really apply.
> The most important check is that when a modification is marked for a
> particular resource, ra_dav hits the server and says "I want to modify
> <this>" and the server will respond at that point to say "that is out of
> date. bugger off."
Oh, so are you not building an fs transaction that looks like the
working copy? Or is this extra checking just happening as you build
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