On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 4:34 PM, Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com> wrote:
> I have filed this as issue #4357, "Pristine text missing - cleanup doesn't work", with a reference to this email thread.
> I thought of the following possible improvements, which I have noted in the doc string of pristine_cleanup_wcroot():
> * TODO: At least check that any zero refcount is really correct, before
> * using it.
> * TODO: Ideas for possible extra clean-up operations:
> * * Check and correct all the refcounts. Identify any rows missing
> * from the 'pristine' table. (Create a temporary index for speed
> * if necessary?)
> * * Check the checksums. (Very expensive to check them all, so find
> * a way to not check them all.)
> * * Check for pristine files missing from disk but referenced in the
> * 'pristine' table.
> * * Repair any pristine files missing from disk and/or rows missing
> * from the 'pristine' table and/or bad checksums. Generally
> * requires contacting the server, so requires support at a higher
> * level than this function.
> * * Identify any pristine text files on disk that are not referenced
> * in the DB, and delete them.
> * TODO: Provide feedback about any errors found and any corrections made.
> Also, here is the "svn-fetch-pristine-by-sha1.sh" script that I mentioned in my initial email but forgot to attach there.
Great. Thanks for driving this, Julian.
Naively I'd say that any validation / repair that SmartSVN does (and
perhaps more) is interesting for inclusion in the core (or if not in
the core, a tool that's supported by the Subversion project is an
Received on 2013-04-22 22:00:03 CEST