"Martin Letenay" <email@example.com> wrote on 06/17/2005 10:22:28 AM:
> At the moment we're calling svn info only on those resources we cannot
> out their nodeKind.
> Calling it on every (incoming) resource, hmmm.... wouldn't it be a too
> I don't know.
> If the info command could be passed several URLs in one call ...
> But it seems it does not. The command line can, but the javahl binding
> not seem to support it ...
> But I don't mind, the question is just whether we are willing to pay
> performance for those revision numbers ...
I would say we could hold off on that. If you didn't already, perhaps you
could put the code in so that when you do call svn info it updates the
revision info for that item?
I hadn't realized that you "optimized" this so that you only used svn info
when you had to. That does seem like the better approach. I think what
we really ought to do is nail down all of the things that JavaHL is not
currently doing that we would like it to, and post it to Subversion. I
seem to recall that the Node Kind info is a general problem but requires a
"2.0" API change. Still, we ought to have an open issue with them to get
everything we need.
It seems mainly like we need the node kind and the head revision for each
item that is returned from svn status.
Panagiotis, do you have any comments on this?
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