On 7/28/05 6:42 PM, "Julian Foad" <email@example.com> sneezed:
> I don't know if you were expecting/wanting/not wanting me to do this, but I
> have reworked your patch to produce the attached version.
> There are lots of stylistic differences, but also functional differences
> - the DTD is different
> - the output from all targets to the "svn proplist" command are contained in
> a single XML document (rather than one per explicit target), as with the other
> commands that output XML.
Wasn't it like that before?..or perhaps I don't fully understand this
> The major stylistic change I made is:
> - I've removed one level of iterator function, as this made things simpler
> in my opinion.
At the cost of performance...in group_props you're checking the 'xml'
boolean in a loop. I also happen to think the code was more extensible with
two iteration function...but I guess this is your call as a maintainer.
> There are more changes I think should be made:
> - When displaying rev-props, the target's "path" attribute should be omitted
> because it is irrelevant.
Wouldn't it be the url to the repository... I think that's hardly
irrelevant. 'svn ls --xml' prints the url to the repository.
> - Should probably remove the "value" element, leaving the property's value
> as the sole content of the "property" element. You made a remark about
> the value in a sub-element but I can't see a real benefit.
Say property-inheritance is implemented sometime in the near future...
<parent>something meaningful here</parent>
> I'd appreciate comments by anybody on the above changes, and perhaps a review
> of the patch although it won't be the final version. It would be great if you
> want to continue to develop this patch with some of those changes (hmm, I hope
> I haven't changed it so much that you won't like to work on it any more), but
> otherwise I would be happy to do so.
I haven't worked on it in days. I'd be happy to do some more, but feel
pretty strong about the previous two items, so maybe when they're resolved.
I looked through the patch for style issues; alas, I found none.
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Received on Thu Jul 28 21:19:00 2005