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Re: [SVN-DEV] RE: CVS update: MODIFIED: libsvn_wc ...

From: C. Scott Ananian <cananian_at_lesser-magoo.lcs.mit.edu>
Date: 2001-09-04 17:32:44 CEST

On 4 Sep 2001 cmpilato@collab.net wrote:

> "C. Scott Ananian" <cananian@lesser-magoo.lcs.mit.edu> writes:
> > just a check: you *do* normalize paths like 'foo/../bar/./baz//bat' right?
> > or guarantee they're never created to begin with? [even if the user enters
> > them on the command-line?]
> The paths that come into this routine have all been slapped through a
> "realpath" routine, and should represent the results of taking the
> absolute path of each target, minus the ancestry common to all targets.

What does 'realpath' do with 'bar/baz/'? Does it check that baz is a
directory before stripping the final slash? Or is 'bar/baz/.' the same as
'bar/baz' even if baz is a file? [this is relevant because there was
already mention of how the recursion can't tell if baz is a file or
directory 'without slapping the disk' and i'm wondering if the
disk-slapping has already occurred.]

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