nested trees design-approach : composite trees vs iter_changes
robert.collins at canonical.com
Tue May 5 01:47:57 BST 2009
On Tue, 2009-05-05 at 10:40 +1000, Ian Clatworthy wrote:
> Thanks for articulating your concerns.
> As best I can tell, your concerns are largely internal, implementation
> issues that don't impact end users. Can you give a concrete example of
> when the user experience will be unacceptable if the proposed code lands?
We have two sets of users:
- those that write to the API, including casual scripters
- those that don't.
I think users that don't write to the API at all will only see 'nested
tree support coming along'. It may not make much or any difference to
I think users (which includes us) that write to the API will see most of
the things I enumerated bite them repeatedly. Its worth noting that such
users include sysadmins doing precommit hooks, integration into
buildbots and other such tasks.
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