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Perl binding - no pool?

From: John <jsparrow_at_ecclescollege.ac.uk>
Date: 2005-06-04 16:57:10 CEST

I'm trying to query lock ownership using Perl bindings (from a hook), without
shelling to svnlook.

The code below seems to work, but is it safe to use when $pool is unassigned??

I guess the process that executes the hook (on win32) is short lived, so even if
this does leak, nothing to worry about?





my $paramrepo = "c:\\myrepos";
my $parampath = "/project1/trunk/a.txt";
my $paramuser = "John";

my $repo = SVN::Repos::open($paramrepo);
my $fs = $repo->fs;
my $pool;
my $lock = SVN::_Fs::svn_fs_get_lock($fs,$parampath,$pool);

if ($lock)
        my $owner = SVN::_Core::svn_lock_t_owner_get($lock);
        if ($owner eq $paramuser)
                # You own it anyway
                exit 0;
        } else
                # Not allowed
                print STDERR "You cannot break a lock owned by '$owner'";
                exit 1;

# no lock, so allow it
exit 0;

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