Excerpts from Mark Anderson's message of Wed Feb 17 14:23:48 -0500 2010: > But if we have notmuch as a cache of the tags, then don't we already > know the tree objects that need updating? Yes, we would probably need > some consistency checks for when things don't work as planned, but in > the common case we ought to always know. > Cached or not, rewriting would still be an incredibly (e.g. prohibitively or close to it) expensive operation for a large mailstore.
> Perhaps I'm misunderstanding these tree objects, and you're suggesting > that we don't even tell notmuch about them. > I think it would be unwise to teach notmuch anything about the underlying store. That would be leaking way too many implementation details into - Ben _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list email@example.com http://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch