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RE: incomplete directory props

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-15 23:01:32 CEST

> So it doesn't matter where the editor gets interrupted. When 'svn up'
> resumes the process, it will automatically receive all dirprops. If
> there are no props on disk yet, that's fine; they'll be written out.
> If there *are* a complete set of props on disk already, that's fine
> too, they'll just be overwritten by another complete set.

I think your logic does not depend on the fact that dirprops are
presently written all-or-nothing. Even if they're half-and-half, the
dir is still marked incomplete and the server sends all props.

Even should the client and server start enumerating props to
individually update, the "incomplete" flag on the directory would be
enough signal: you'd just need a "low-confidence" mode for the props, as
you now have for the files.

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Received on Thu May 15 23:02:18 2003

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