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Re: [PATCH]svn_wc__find_wc_root

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 13:51:49 +0100

"yellow.flying" <yellow.flying_at_yahoo.com.cn> writes:

>>If you "commit root1/foo/bar root1/zig/zag" the current code opens a
>>single set of access batons rooted at root1. I'm suggesting you
>>change the code so that it opens multiple sets of access batons, one
>>for bar and one for zag. Once you have done that you get multiple
>>working copies for free: "commit root1/foo/bar root2/zig/zag" doesn't
>>care that root1 and root2 are different.
> So my question is why current code do not do as TSVN?

I don't really understand your question. TSVN uses the Subversion
API. Subversion supports both recursive and non-recursive commits.
TSVN uses non-recusive commits. The svn client uses both.

> In TSVN there
> are more access batons, do not they make it much slower?

There is one access baton per directory for both recursive and
non-recursive commits.

Received on 2009-06-26 14:52:17 CEST

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