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Re: I'll help with db debugging

From: Chip Salzenberg <chip_at_valinux.com>
Date: 2001-04-02 09:04:45 CEST

According to Greg Stein:
> I totally support replacing db for a post-1.0 version of Subversion.
> Or as a user-supplied patch / alternative. But we will never get a
> 1.0 shipped, any time soon, if we implement our own storage system.
> It just won't happen.

I wouldn't want to hold up a 1.0 release over db. But if a pure text
backend were ready in time ... well, let's just see if we can do that.

> But as Jim points out: please feel free. The software is definitely
> open for change. I would also support (for the 1.0 release itself)
> any kind of refactoring or introduction of APIs to enhance/improve
> pluggability of a backend, assuming they aren't too costly to put in.

That's all I could ask for. Thank you.

> And lastly: welcome Chip! We met back in December when Dick Hardt
> and I came to visit at VA Linux, but I never figured that we'd be
> running into each other code-wise :-)

Ah, yes. I didn't connect the name, but I remember you; rehi!
Hm. I remember December, 2000. "Dot com" wasn't an epithet....

Chip Salzenberg              - a.k.a. -             <chip@valinux.com>
 "We have no fuel on board, plus or minus 8 kilograms."  -- NEAR tech
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