On Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 10:02 PM, Bo Chen <bo.irvine.chen_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I need help for the following two questions. Any help will be appreciated.
> 1 Given a revision number, which function can (should be in libsvn_fs_fs/)
> can read the corresponding revision from the repository (FSFS)?
You really shouldn't be using libsvn_fs_fs directly and should use
libsvn_repos and libsvn_fs. Beyond that I really don't know what you
mean by "read the corresponding revision." There are all sorts of
APIs for getting specific information about a revision. I don't think
we have a function or a structure to represent an entire revision in
memory. Generally you get a revision root by using
svn_fs_revision_root() which gives you a svn_fs_root_t and then you
use functions against it. You may find the source for svnlook
particularly instructive since it provides implementations of a lot of
the type of queries you might want to do. Say you want to find the
nodes changes in a revision, the changed command does this and it does
it by retrieving the revision root, determining the base revision and
then using svn_repos_replay2() to build a svn_repos_node_t tree of the
It might be helpful for you to tell us overall what you're doing and
we might be able to point you in the right direction more quickly than
answering these one off questions.
> 2 For a variable of svn_stream_t, how can I print the information (e.g., the
> string) stored in this variable.
If you want something quick and dirty for debugging without worrying
about encoding you probably want to use
svn_stream_for_stdout() or svn_stream_for_stderr() to get stdout or
stderr as a stream and then use svn_stream_copy3().
If you need something more permanent and care about the encoding I
think you have to use the svn_cmdline_* functions, which don't take
svn_stream_t's so you'll have to consume the stream with
svn_stream_read() and then write the output with svn_cmdline_*.
Received on 2013-04-06 07:50:45 CEST