Rename a few members of a private commit struct. Reverse a few booleans to make it clearer how they are handled.
There should be no functional changes, although a few variables have different values.
* subversion/libsvn_wc/adm_ops.c (committed_queue_item_t): Update a few member names. Add more documentation. (process_committed_leaf, process_committed_internal): Rename arguments to match committed_queue_item_t.
(svn_wc_queue_committed4): Update initialization. Update caller. (svn_wc_process_committed_queue2): Update usage. Remove bail out as the post processing that could be optimized is gone.
Instead of determining which working copies are affected while applying the commit queue, do this while creating the queue by actually creating a queue per working copy.
This allows performing a working copy commit in a future step.
I expected a slight performance slowdown in this step, but it appears things already get slightly faster than before, most likely just caused by using pre sorted items.
* subversion/libsvn_wc/adm_ops.c (svn_wc_committed_queue_t): Add member. (svn_wc_committed_queue_create): Initialize new mapping. (svn_wc_queue_committed4): Determine which working copy is affected here. (compare_queue_items): New function. (svn_wc_process_committed_queue2): Use two loops to avoid wcroot work.