(cc-ing Eric Wong, who maintains git-svn and knows both it and
the libsvn perl bindings much better than I do)
Kyle J. McKay wrote:
> David Rothenberger <daver...@acm.org> has determined the cause to
> be that ra_serf does not drive the delta editor in a depth-first
> manner [...]. Instead, the calls come in this order:
Sorry to nitpick, but the problem is not depth-first versus
breadth-first versus random. Blaming the traversal order makes this
completely confusing. The actual problem is that the driver asks us
to keep multiple files open at a time.
The approach taken in this patch would be racy if the driver calls us
multiple times concurrently (since temp_acquire can fail). I believe
it doesn't but haven't checked.
The approach is generally good. I wanted to propose some clearer
documentation for temp_is_locked() but didn't end up finding a moment
for it, so... meh. I'll be happy to help get the details right if
someone else finds time for that (hint, hint).
Hope that helps,
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