gc and encrypted metafiles
brad at danga.com
Fri Apr 24 22:04:08 UTC 2009
Where's the patch? Could somebody upload it to codereview.appspot.com? I
find it easiest to suck things down from there (it has raw download patch
URLs), even if there are no comments on the code itself.
On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 11:52 AM, Chris Anderson <cva at pobox.com> wrote:
> I applied this patch last night and after making a couple small changes it
> seems to work just fine (though I haven't tested all of the edge cases).
> Can we get this committed?
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 2:01 AM, Stéphane Alnet <stephane at shimaore.net>wrote:
>> > I'm waking up this thread to see if there was ever a consensus as to
>> > this was the preferred solution or people preferred the patch for doing
>> > against local metafiles.
>> The patch was designed to allow both, but I didn't want to mess up
>> gc() so I didn't add an option for local metafiles.
>> Essentially the two lines in Brackup::Target that read:
>> my $decrypted_backup = new Brackup::DecryptedFile($tempfile);
>> my $parser = Brackup::Metafile->open($decrypted_backup->name);
>> would need to be rewritten:
>> my $parser;
>> # Assumes local metafiles are unencrypted.
>> $parser = Brackup::Metafile->open($local_metafile_name);
>> $self->get_backup($backup->filename, $tempfile);
>> $decrypted_backup = new Brackup::DecryptedFile($tempfile);
>> $parser = Brackup::Metafile->open($decrypted_backup->name);
>> But the outside loop in gc() needs to be rewritten, in order to
>> account for local metafiles and provide $use_local_metafile flag and
>> the $local_metafile_name above.
>> > Either way, does anyone have a version of this
>> > patch which will apply cleanly to 1.07 and, if so, is there any interest
>> > getting this committed?
>> I just tested and it seems to apply cleanly to 1.07.
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