Hi, all. I've got a bit of a complicated problem, and not much of an idea
where to get started, so please bear with me if this is a bit vague.
The situation I have is a software project which maintains its own indexed
system (effectively a filesystem, though it appears as a directory with some
files inside). What I want to do is be able to add individual items within
these indexed systems to a Subversion repository, as if they were regular
files. The way I envisioned this working was with a custom Subversion
client that could read the indexed systems natively, and then use the
Alternatively, if I could 'fool' the standard client into thinking that the
indexed systems were (in some way) regular directories with regular files in
them, that would work too, with the caveat that the .svn directory should
really go somewhere else.
The trouble with both these approaches is that I don't really know where to
start. I've taken a look at chapter 8 in the Book, and I've downloaded and
compiled the minimal_client example, so I think I'm happy with how to write
my own client. The bit I don't know about is how to get the API to read and
write the 'files' through my own routines, rather than natively through the
If anyone has any thoughts on this, no matter how vague or seemingly
off-topic, please reply -- I really need a jumping-off point to get going
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Received on 2009-04-22 00:11:49 CEST