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Re: Should we always report_revisions?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-09-17 16:07:48 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> writes:

> Mo, this is the very issue Kevin has submitted multiple patches for.
> It has to do with the way we're dealing with "anchors/targets", about
> which Mike Pilato sent out a huge mail. This bug will be fixed RSN;
> I'm going to mark your email here as part of the larger discussion of
> this problem -- and how some redesign may be needed. :-)

Mike Pilato (hey, that's me!) has indeed reviewed those patches, and
applied portions of it (client-side stuff and a great fix to
svn_repos_dir_delta() -- props to Kev!). Will check in real soon now
(gotta make sure all tests pass, and will be writing new tests, too).

Some of Kevin's patch was for mod_dav_svn -- I'm not prepared to
commit those portions of the change yet, as I believe it's probably
more hacks and kludges for anchors/targets. I think I know now how to
properly solve the problems related to anchors/targets, so I'm a-gonna
do it. Sorry, Kevin, hope you don't mind.

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