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Re: Python ra sessions?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-02 16:45:42 CEST

John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org> writes:

> >> bidirectional sync, since I think that's not at all appropriate.
> >
> > What do you mean by "copying the revision over"?
> To be sure, I don't know yet.
> My theory, from reading a chapter in the book and dome of the doxygen
> material, is that I should be able to obtain a delta and properties
> from each given source revision, and should then be able to commit a
> revision on the destination side using the same delta and properties.
> Now that's only a theory, so if you have to shoot it down, I'll paint
> a nice target on it for you :-)

Nono, now that I see what your plan is, it's not terribly unfeasible.
I think you'd make better use of your time soaking up the Indian Ocean
with paper towels, but hey, it's your time. :-)

One caveat: don't expect your second repository to be a true copy of
your first. The repository stores all kinds of interesting bits of
data about how files and dirs have been copied and moved around, and
almost none of that is exposed via the RA interfaces. You should be
able to get a second repository that has the same directory layout and
textual/property contents as the first, but structurally there will be
a world of difference.

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