some days ago i discovered a strange effect.
I wanted to execute a 'svn status -u' in a completely write protected
This produces an error-message which i didn't expect.
'svn: Can't open '.svn/tmp/tempfile.tmp': No such file or directory'
Why does the simple status query write to the filesystem?
After some gdb-session i figured out two functions which use temporary
and which try to place them into the current '.svn' directory.
I changed the implementation to use 'svn_io_temp_dir()' and my problem
Now come the questions?
1. Why don't these (kind of) functions use svn_io_temp_dir() ?
2. Wouldn't it be wise to use for nearly any call to
a temp path delivered by svn_io_temp_dir() ? Because these files
don't have fix names and therefore have all a 'temporary' nature
3. Wouldn't it be more comfortable to integrate the call sequence
into one function named 'svn_io_open_unique_tmp_file' ?
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Received on Thu Oct 12 17:09:57 2006