On Sun, May 02, 2010 at 11:44:32PM +0200, Asier Marzo Pérez wrote:
> I'm really interested in knowing more details of commit/update
> machanism, I've read several times this website
> and the information is really interesting but in some steps there is a
> lack of details or not enough information for my pourporses (I comment
> them in the end).
> The problem is that there is some important information left:
> **When is the diff made?
> **What diff is saved: reverse or foreward?
> **Who applies the diff when a not key revision is required?
This may give you a better idea of how it works:
It describes the interface used by Subversion to transmit
changes between server and client.
We're in the process of redesigning it:
but the current implementation is still using the old version.
If you need more details reading header files in
as well as the source code itself will give you even more information.
See also http://subversion.apache.org/docs/community-guide/general.html#code-to-read
> In the article it is talked about bubbling-up, creating tree, linking
> not modified nodes, etc... but nothing is said about when the complete
> content of a file of non-newer revision, is replaced with the diff
The bubble-up happens in the repository, it is server-side only.
> I hope you will keep maintaining such a great Concurrent Versions System as SVN is.
We like to think of SVN as the successor of CVS, not a variant of CVS.
But I guess you mean "version control system", which is one of the most
general names for software such as CVS and SVN?
Received on 2010-05-03 10:46:51 CEST