[PATCH] Batch-mode rewrite
wayned at samba.org
Tue Jul 20 18:01:10 GMT 2004
On Mon, Jul 19, 2004 at 05:35:24PM -0400, Chris Shoemaker wrote:
> If I understand correctly, there's no reason to save the list into the
> BATCH file. It only needs be in BATCH.sh.
Yes. I think that is the most flexible way to go and that is what the
current CVS code is doing.
> Is there much performance impact specifying --excludes when they won't
> be used?
No, the receiving side (which is what the batch-reading process is)
would not even notice that the list was there unless it ran a --delete
without --delete-excluded. So, my latest code includes the exclude list
in the BATCH.sh file anytime it was specified, even if it might not be
needed. This will allow a user to add a --delete into the BATCH.sh file
after the fact or even to edit the list.
I think this implementation makes it easy to re-run the batch (since no
data outside the BATCH.sh and BATCH files is needed) while still being
flexible for "power users" that want to tweak things.
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