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Re: SVNDIFF1 is ready to merge

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2005-12-21 15:50:22 CET

On Wed, 2005-12-21 at 09:05 -0500, Daniel Berlin wrote:
> I'm a bit confused then.
> You said "we haven't bumped the repos format number since *before* we
> created the concept of separate FS format numbers".

> That implies that it wasn't bumped when separate FS format numbers were
> created.

Right, we didn't want to prevent old code from accessing new
repositories with FS format numbers.

> Which means the internal format numbers can't ever be the only thing
> bumped, because older versions don't look at them.

> Which brings me to the question.
> If we can't actually just bump the internal FS format numbers when
> completely internal changes are made, why are they there and checked?

Did we jump the gun adding FS formats? Possibly. It seemed reasonable
to get an early start doing checking at the right layer, but now that it
comes time to actually take advantage of that checking, it's not clear
that getting an early start actually helped us any.

Luckily, we are bumping both FS format versions at once, so it makes
sense to just bump the repos format, while allowing new code to work on
the old repos version and making the new svndiff0-only svnadmin create
option create a repos with the old repos version.

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