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RE: Edit Log Message

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-07-19 09:11:47 CEST

Hi Josha,

You wrote:

> It also doesn't update the log cache, but that is a separate issue.

That's by design. It's too complicated to tell other working copies that a 'svn:' property has been edited. The easiest way is a revprop-change hook that informs a mailing list, but you still wouldn't reach the 10M anonymous users that are leeching the source code.

We could add a 'tsvn:logcacherefresh' timestamp to the repository which is updated, when a locally cached property is edited. The log cache could clear all log entries that have been fetched before this timestamp. But where would you place the timestamp so that all working copies, even those checked out deep down in the folder hierarchy have access to it?

- Lübbe

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