Tree.iter_entries_by_dir - should it check disk status for mutable trees?
robertc at robertcollins.net
Wed Mar 7 00:48:57 GMT 2007
On Tue, 2007-03-06 at 17:48 -0600, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
> I generally feel like MutableTrees are intended to be defined as their
> current contents, and the saved inventory/dirstate is just the best
> approximation to that value.
> So I would have it return the entries on disk. (in dirstate terms, it
> should call 'update_entry' before yielding anything).
> I think we have some semi-gross hacks in the codebase to workaround
> current state. (InventoryEntry._read_tree_state which has been a
> of repeated stat'ing of the same file).
Yes, I agree. So teaching commit to use a tree iterator which gives
current tree state automatically, would allow us to make commit simpler
still - possibly even removing the 'must have an inventory' constraint -
and that would rock with future repository iterations.
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