On 1/25/07, Hyrum K. Wright <email@example.com> wrote:
> Mark Phippard wrote:
> > On 1/25/07, Hyrum K. Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Mark Phippard wrote:
> >> > On 1/25/07, Hyrum K. Wright <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> I've gone ahead and added changelist support to the JavaHL bindings.
> >> >> Being my first time to do some non-trivial JavaHL hacking, I just
> >> >> to make sure I'm not missing anything in the attached patch. If
> >> nobody
> >> >> objects, I'll commit this in the next few days.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > I have not looked at the changelist stuff too much. Would it be
> >> > possible to
> >> > have API's to list the changesets that have been created, the files
> >> that
> >> > changeset and then I would guess an API to remove a file from a
> >> changeset?
> >> > I think we would need stuff like this if we were ever going to use
> >> > from
> >> > Subclipse.
> >> The only other changelist API is svn_client_set_changelist(), which we
> >> could add support for as well. (To remove a file from a changelist,
> >> just set the changelist name to "".) Set the changelist is a little
> >> easier than retrieving it, and I wanted to make sure I remembered to
> >> everything that JavaHL needs, hence the reason for this patch.
> > If we realistically wanted to use this API in Subclipse we would likely
> > need
> > to maintain our "own database" of what files are in what
> changeset. This
> > would defeat the point of using the API, as that would mean we would not
> > know about things that other clients did with the same WC.
> > Realistically, we would probably need an API to list what files are in
> > changesets. Maybe that would be a new usage of the status API or new
> > available in the current one? I think that is how the CLI is doing it.
> svn_client_set_changelist() takes a changelist name and returns an array
> of paths which belong to that changelist. I don't think there is an API
> which lists which changelist a file belongs to, nor one which lists all
> the changelists which are currently in the WC. Maybe sussman can
> comment on the feasibility of adding such.
> (Note that my knowledge of the changelist feature is pretty shallow.
> I'm just trying to plug holes in the bindings.)
svn status essentially outputs that info. So maybe the ISVNStatus class
should have a changelist field added to it and the approriate changes made
to the status API to populate it?
We already run status to populate the UI where we would show changelists, so
we might be able to drive it from that.
Received on Thu Jan 25 20:41:12 2007