On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 05:41:28AM +0100, Branko Cibej wrote:
> Greg Stein wrote:
> >Seriously... just use a hash. Forget the svn_config_create stuff.
> The point of using an svn_config_t is that you can put
> FS-backend-specific options in fs-backend-specific sections, without
> having to know in advance which backend you're using. Yes, I know we
> have only the BDB backend at the moment. I'm sure gat appreciates every
> BDB-specific top-level interface we add. :-)
Quick. What was the name of the cmdline option to svnadmin?
Quick, what would the hash key be?
You've got ample namespace protection for the backends. Each backend is
going to announce the specific things that it might look for. Hopefully,
there won't be many.
> >Hmm. It seems like there are two pieces here. One piece that passes config
> >to affect the creation, and one piece to pass params during normal
> >operation. But I didn't see any of the latter, so maybe the patch can be
> >trimmed back to just the creation params [for now] ?
> >We can always come back at some future point to add runtime params.
> Well, svn_fs_new has to take the config parameter because that's where
> you create the svn_fs_t, not in svn_fs_create_berkeley.
Well, I might suggest that you pass the creation options to the
Not sure if I like that, but it doesn't mean you have to change all callers
of the svn_fs_new() function, especially given that we have no runtime
parameters that we know of.
That said, when we move to SQL, we *would* have runtime params for the
connection string (or user, pass, etc separate params). Would those be
passed to fs_new() or to fs_open()?
> I guess the
> changes to the repos interface could be limited to just svn_repos_create
> for now, with svn_repos_open always sending a NULL config to svn_fs_new.
> That should work, yes.
Ah. That would be nice. We could expand svn_repos_open() later, yes.
Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/
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