Jens Peters wrote:
> Hello there,
> Attached is a patch that teaches svn_repos_history to use a limit
> argument, equivalent to svn_repos_get_logs3. The reason why I would like
> to have that functionality can be read here:
> http://viewvc.tigris.org/servlets/ReadMsg?list=dev&msgNo=2793. Any
> chance that this patch can made it into svn 1.5?
> Any reviews, remarks are welcome of course.
I don't have strong objections to adding a 'limit' argument to
svn_repos_history(), but I admit that I wonder if it is necessary. (And
retrospectively wonder if we even needed it for svn_repos_get_logs().)
Could the callback implementation not just keep track of how many times it
has been called and return SVN_ERR_CANCELLED (or perhaps a new
SVN_ERR_STOP_FEEDING_ME_INFORMATION_DARNIT) when its limit is reached?
Seems that this paradigm of universally allowing callback implementations to
gracefully terminate their driving function might yield greater flexibility
in the long-run.
PS: A quick review of your patch looks promising, by the way, Jens! Glad to
see you over here in Subversion-land, too. :-)
C. Michael Pilato <email@example.com>
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Received on Fri Jul 13 16:10:41 2007