> -----Original Message-----
> From: Julian Foad [mailto:julian.foad_at_wandisco.com]
> Sent: donderdag 10 maart 2011 19:43
> To: Subversion Development
> Subject: [RFC] Children of a replaced node - schedule delete vs. deleted-by-
> If I ask a WC API for "the children" of a working directory, I would
> expect to get just the children that belong to it, not including any
> paths that were children of an underlying directory that has been
> locally replaced.
> The attached patch starts this by creating a test and defining a new
> version of one of the APIs. (Only the API description is different, the
> signature is the same.)
> Sanity checks appreciated, especially of the test. I'll describe the
> I start with a repo and clean WC at revision 1 containing just the
> following directories (no files):
> and then (in Subversion) I replace A with a copy of X:
> rm A
> cp X A
> and then delete the child 'H' and add a new child 'J':
> rm A/G
> mkdir A/J
> I expect to the "working view" of A to consist of
> A - copied, replacing an old 'A'
> A/G - scheduled for delete (was a copied child of 'A')
> A/H - copied (as a child of 'A')
> A/I - copied (as a child of 'A')
> A/J - scheduled for add
> Note that I don't expect to hear anything about the path 'A/F'.
> Currently, 'F' is included in the results returned by
> svn_wc__db_read_children() and svn_wc__db_read_children_info().
> On the right track?
For the new api's that might be nice, but in the old entries world we expected to see through all the layers.... there were no layers.
So if we remove them now we have to somehow show them in all the deprecated wrappers. In our test suite we assume svn status shows these deleted nodes, so even there we would have to show them via some alternative route if we remove them from the normal children.
So I think this would be nice for 2.0+, and a lot of work everywhere if we do it now :(
(For AnkhSVN I'm afraid that I would have to bring them back in too, to make sure I see all project definition changes)
Received on 2011-03-10 20:07:31 CET