A lil bit in the weeds on the chunking rewrite right now. I did succeed in writing the core chunk generation code, which can be used for every special remote. It was pretty hairy (needs to stream large files in constant memory, separating into chunks, and get the progress display right across operations on chunks, etc). That took most of the day.
Ended up getting stuck in integrating the encryptable remote code, and had to revert changes that could have led to rewriting (or perhaps eliminating?) most of the per-remote encryption specific code.
Up till now, this has supported both encrypted and non-encrypted remotes; it was simply passed encrypted keys for an encrypted remote:
remove :: Key -> Annex Bool
But with chunked encrypted keys, it seems it needs to be more complicated:
remove' :: Maybe (Key -> Key) -> ChunkConfig -> Key -> Annex Bool
So that when the remote is configured to use chunking, it can look up the chunk keys, and then encrypt them, in order to remove all the encrypted chunk keys.
I don't like that complication, so want to find a cleaner abstraction. Will sleep on it.
While I was looking at the encryptable remote generator, I realized the remote cost was being calculated wrongly for special remotes that are not encrypted. Fixed that bug.
Today's work was sponsored by bak.