Re: svn info --detail [was: Time to branch 1.9]
From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2015 09:29:15 +0000
Ben Reser wrote:
I don't necessarily disagree with your conclusion, but want to correct the facts.
In our XML output, the <entry> element is the wrapper for the whole of the info for one target, and is thus redundant in these specifications. These two would be "revision" and "commit-revision".
> Entry is leakage from our WC data model leaking into the XML output, where it
I don't think it is: rather, it is just saying in the most general sense that this is one entry in a list. Compare the other XML outputs (most easily seen by examining subversion/svn/schema/*.rnc) where "entry" is used for the element of various kinds of lists -- lines of blame, targets of status, etc.
> The XML values taken literally would also be way more verbose than necessary.
This one would be just "path".
> For that matter are you going to keep some of the parent blocks like "wc-info"
> So in my opinion just using the untranslated info keys with spaces turned into
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