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Applying entries cache patch?

From: Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-08-01 21:13:05 CEST

Now that I can acceptably update and build SVN on Darwin, I'm going
to start to turn my focus towards libsvn_wc and adding the entries
cache. (I'm now thinking that the update hangs are somehow related
to Norton Antivirus on Darwin and, of course, the build speedup is
due to jlibtool.)

Since Philip has already merged the branch to the trunk, should
I just start committing the bits as I write and test them? Or,
should I post them to the list first? Or, should I start another
branch? Do I have enough time (say a week+) before the beta is
planned to have it thoroughly vetted?

My plan is to integrate the targeted patch that I posted a while
back that only partially passes the baton around. That should
speed up the diff and commit process. Then, I plan on working
my way through libsvn_wc and adding the baton to all functions
that read the entries file. I don't expect to break anything,
but it could happen. =) -- justin

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