On 18-08-2012 14:39, James R. McKaskill wrote:
It is a bit of a pain to work with libsvn, but I think it is worth using it, not only due to protocol support, but also due to ready-to-use support for SVN deltas and dumps. Pipelining could be implemented by maintaining a set of connections (svn_ra_session_t structures) and manually distributing work between them.As a twist the code does not use the svn library, but rather talks the svn protocol directly. I actually found it much easier to go this route then trying to bend everything to how the svn library understands things. It also has the advantage of not depending on libsvn. A number of distributions currently distribute the svn specific parts of git seperately to avoid this dependency.
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