On 9/15/16 11:07 AM, Martin von Zweigbergk wrote:
I'll switch this to treeondisk. I've not tried treeinmem=True. Is that
not automatically covered by the tests?
On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 4:04 PM, Durham Goode <dur...@fb.com> wrote:
# HG changeset patch
# User Durham Goode <dur...@fb.com>
# Date 1473893509 25200
# Wed Sep 14 15:51:49 2016 -0700
# Node ID 33a7df42b989c555972280f6b84e2fac38babf7b
# Parent d41da1522f8efb5bf5aa75a51f0093b1129b6b5a
manifest: add manifestlog.get to obtain subdirectory instances
Previously manifestlog only allowed obtaining root level manifests. Future
patches will need direct access to subdirectory manifests as part of changegroup
creation, so let's add a get() function that knows how to deal with
diff --git a/mercurial/manifest.py b/mercurial/manifest.py
@@ -1040,20 +1040,34 @@ class manifestlog(object):
"""Retrieves the manifest instance for the given node. Throws a
if not found.
- if node in self._mancache:
- cachemf = self._mancache[node]
- # The old manifest may put non-ctx manifests in the cache, so skip
- # those since they don't implement the full api.
- if (isinstance(cachemf, manifestctx) or
- isinstance(cachemf, treemanifestctx)):
- return cachemf
+ return self.get('', node)
- if self._treeinmem:
- m = treemanifestctx(self._revlog, '', node)
+ def get(self, dir, node):
+ """Retrieves the manifest instance for the given node. Throws a
+ if not found.
+ if dir:
+ if self._treeinmem:
I think this should be checking treeondisk. When using flat manifests
on disk and trees in memory, it still doesn't make sense to ask for a
specific directory and node.
Speaking of that, have you tried setting treeinmem=True a few times
during this refactoring? I wouldn't be surprised if it was broken even
before you started, so that would be the first thing to check if you
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