Jim Blandy <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Ahh, I just thought of the right answer to this question:
> In the approach you suggest, you're basically re-implementing all the
> logic in svn_fs_merge within DAV. This means that the filesystem has
> packaged up that logic in a way that's not useful to you. If you
> could think of an alternative, easy-to-understand interface that would
> allow you and the commit process to share the logic, that would be the
> best outcome.
> I guess the logic isn't that complex, so the duplication still isn't a
> big deal. It's just finesse points.
Yeah, good point.
But: Greg, were you aware that svn_fs_merge() is not only for trees?
It just takes three roots and three paths -- those pairs can result in
any kind of object. So maybe svn_fs_merge() gives you the information
you need after all. (Or maybe not? Let us know...)
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:26 2006
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