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RE: Has anyone worked out a SQL schema?

From: John Barstow <John_Barstow_at_gfsg.co.nz>
Date: 2003-05-12 23:46:22 CEST

Glenn A. Thompson wrote:

> Are you working on a SQL backend for Subversion?
> If you are, what approach are you taking? API level re-write or are you
> wanting to plug at a lower level?

I'm doing an end-run around the whole thing and writing a DAV/deltaV server
from scratch. I figured it wouldn't be that hard to support the custom
reports/properties the svn client uses. It would be extremely easy to pop a
SQL server on the back end, especially as I am writing the thing in C#.
Mono support on Linux should be good enough for portability.

> Bill Tutt had what I would consider a logical schema. I had a crows
> foot ERD I did before the copy ID changes.

I'd be happy to look at any schema at this point, no matter how incomplete.
It gives me a starting point, anyway, and will allow me to concentrate on
getting the client/server discussion to look good (almost have svn list
working; of course the server at this point is making everything up).

John C Barstow

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