On Wed, 04 Apr 2007, Daniel Rall wrote:
> On Sat, 24 Mar 2007, Karl Fogel wrote:
> > Vlad Georgescu <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > What happens now if a pre-1.5 client tries to do a non-recursive
> > > checkout? If I'm reading the code right, it looks like we set the
> > > default depth to infinity, expecting the client to set the real depth
> > > later via set_path(). However, old clients don't know about the new
> > > set_path(), so it looks like they'd be stuck with a depth of infinity.
> > That's on my list to look at. The client should still be sending the
> > non-recurse flag, and the new code should still pay attention to it
> > (by setting default_depth to svn_depth_files).
> If you call the old svn_repos_begin_report() API directly, things
> should work as expected, with the report_baton_t->default_depth being
> used when the old set_path()/link_path() don't supply an overriding
> depth. However, it appears that all the RA code uses the new
> svn_repos_begin_report2() API, which will have the problem described
> by Vlad (it always uses svn_depth_infinity).
I'm testing the attached patch a solution to the problem pointed out
by Vlad (improper compat behavior), and the change in handling for
svn_depth_unknown discussed by myself, Malcolm, and Karl (error out
instead of assuming svn_depth_infinity).
Received on Thu Apr 5 02:01:19 2007
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