Re: [PATCH in progress] Ref-counting for pristine texts
On 11.01.2011 16:01, Julian Foad wrote:
>> I see a different issue here: The close_wcroot() call is normally
>> handled from pool cleanup for users of the svn_client api. (The
>> svn_wc_context_t is cached in the client context, which is only closed
>> on pool cleanup).
> Thanks for pointing that out. That is not when I would like the
> pristine cleanup to happen. I would like it to happen after every
> operation that changes the WC - say after every major call into
> libsvn_wc, and/or every major call into libsvn_client, or whenever the
> wc.db work queue is run. Any thoughts on where would be best?
What exactly are you trying to achieve? Is this a disk-space optimization?
My hunch says that you do not want to do this too often at all because
it'll turn out to be space-vs-time. Deleting a file isn't cheap even on
a local filesystem these days. Better to relegate this to an explicit
"svn cleanup"; or better yet, follow CMike's advice.
Received on 2011-01-11 16:27:02 CET
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