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Re: Entries caching?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-12 18:10:36 CEST

Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz@apache.org> writes:
> What would we like to do about entries caching?
> - Fix libsvn_wc in one swoop to correctly pass the admin_baton
> everywhere.
> Status: Posted an incomplete broken patch that starts the
> conversion process.
> Pro: Everything gets fixed.
> Con: I don't have the time to complete this, so this would have to
> fall to someone else.

I think #1, and no prob if you don't have time, someone else can do

> I'd like to see the caching hit before 1.0, but since I have a life
> outside of SVN, I just can not devote the time to change all of
> libsvn_wc. Everytime I try to put aside time to it, I just cry when
> I look at it. In the limited time I have, I'd like to address more
> attainable goals (such as getting svn-config to work properly when
> we have in-tree dependencies).

Oh, this *will* get done before 1.0, don't worry. Every now and then
we have a big, must-be-done-in-one-swoop task like this, and all it
means is that it gets delayed until someone gets a day or two take it
on. If you, or Philip, weren't ever going to get that day, that's
okay -- Mike or Ben or I will allocate time for it. We've just been
working on other stuff lately, while hoping that maybe serendipity
would strike and we'd see the Big Commit from Philip or you, that's

And [reading ahead in my mail] it looks like Philip has a patch almost
ready to go, so the Serendipity Strategy wins again :-).


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