> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>>+ * @deprecated Provided for backward compatibility with the 1.2 API.
>> svn_error_t *svn_client_import (svn_client_commit_info_t **commit_info,
>> const char *path,
> Should we be saying "1.2 API" there, or "1.0 API"?
I think I sometimes had a clear notion of which was more appropriate, but right
now I've no idea. Anyone?
>>+/* Schedule directory DIRNAME recursively for addition with access baton
>>+ * ADM_ACCESS.
>>+ * If DIRNAME (or any item below directory DIRNAME) is already scheduled for
>>+ * addition, add will fail and return an error unless FORCE is TRUE.
>>+ * Files and directories that match ignore patterns will not be added unless
>>+ * NO_IGNORE is TRUE.
>>+ * If CTX->CANCEL_FUNC is non-null, call it with CTX->CANCEL_BATON to allow
>>+ * the user to cancel the operation
>> static svn_error_t *
>> add_dir_recursive (const char *dirname,
>> svn_wc_adm_access_t *adm_access,
>> svn_boolean_t force,
>>+ svn_boolean_t no_ignore,
>> svn_client_ctx_t *ctx,
>> apr_pool_t *pool)
> Thank you for documenting this function!
> You might want to state that the ignore patterns are obtained from CTX
> (same in the public APIs). Not a big deal, just a non-expert reader
> might wonder where the patterns come from.
OK, I'll mark this message for attention and consider doing so.
>>@@ -633,7 +641,7 @@
>> SVN_ERR (ctx->cancel_func (ctx->cancel_baton));
>> SVN_ERR (svn_io_dir_make (path, APR_OS_DEFAULT, subpool));
>>- err = svn_client_add (path, FALSE, ctx, subpool);
>>+ err = svn_client_add3 (path, FALSE, FALSE, FALSE, ctx, subpool);
>> /* We just created a new directory, but couldn't add it to
>> version control. Don't leave unversioned directoies behind. */
> Why are ignores unconditional for svn_client_mkdir()? If ignore
> patterns might be obeyed here (which the FALSE flag above implies),
> then shouldn't we also offer an ability to override that?
That puzzled me when I reviewed the patch, but I investigated and found that
ignores are only applied to items found by recursion, not to explicitly given
targets. A directory made by "mkdir" is always an explicit target, so ignores
I mentioned that that behaviour (only applicable in recursion) is not
documented, and I'm not sure it's what I really want (but it's a hard call),
but I don't suppose that comment is enough to make anyone document it ... :-)
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