Greg Stein <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > In your arrangement, you apply the modifications and do the merge in
> > one pass. You get better locality, and less intermediate mucking
> > around in the database, but the logic is a bit more complex.
> Hmm. I didn't really think that I was doing a merge, but I think I see what
> you're talking about. I'm taking the latest revision for the transaction
> root, then making the WC's changes. That application of the WC's changes to
> the txn root is effectively merging. Is that what you mean?
> Personally, it think it "just happens." All that I see is "make a tree. make
> some changes." The fact that "merging" happens is some kind of neato side
> effect to the process :-). This is why I asked where you saw the
Fair enough. Two sides of a coin.
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:26 2006
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