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Re: finding the root of a repository url

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2003-07-05 17:20:35 CEST

On Sat, 2003-07-05 at 09:39, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> > How does the live prop get from the ra layer to the wc entries file if
> > not through the RA interface?

> The same way all the other 'live' props get into your entries files:
> the server sends them to the client as 'svn:wc:entry:*' properties.
> libsvn_wc filters for that prefix. Examples include {last changed
> author, last changed rev, last changed date, repos uuid}.

Ah, those. Okay, I get it now.

> Note that of that list, only the uuid property has its own
> RA->get_uuid() function. I guess technically, it's not *really*
> necessary. The function is implemented by querying the server for the
> UUID property on the ra-session's URL. I suppose a function depending
> on RA->get_uuid() could call RA->get_dir() instead to fetch props instead.

The ra session URL can be a file, as far as I know.

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