On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 13:54, Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org> wrote:
> [Daniel Shahaf]
>> The only format 5 repositories we have right now 'in the wild' are
>> 1.7-dev code. revprops.db code was never included in a release.
> Well unless you count the alphas. But we _do_ warn people not to
> assume anything about them, right? Also, it's not like everyone who
> downloaded our alphas necessarily ran 'svnadmin upgrade' anyway.
While we do warn them, I don't see a need to break their repositories
on them. We just don't support the format that they used. "use alphaN
to dump your repos, then load it into alphaN+1".
They may not have run 'svnadmin upgrade', but they may have created a
new repository that they'd like to keep.
>> If people prefer calling the new format f6 and having a tools/ script
>> that bumps f5 to f6, worksforme. (and by this suggestion f5 would
>> never be supported by released code)
> Ah, indeed, f5 has nothing else new in it except revprop packing.
> Indeed, integers are cheap: probably best to roll trunk back to f4 and
> roll the revprop-packing branch up to f6. Code to update from f5 in
> 'svnadmin upgrade' is optional.
That was my thinking, yeah.
Received on 2011-07-07 20:38:15 CEST