Andrew Godwin avatar Andrew Godwin committed d79c63a

Use directory path for cache key, not UUID

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     def __init__(self, directory):
         super(Repository, self).__init__()
         # Set our repo
+        self.path = directory
         self._hg_repo = hg.repository(ui_.ui(), directory)
         # Work out a new 'UUID' (it's not one) based on the first commit's hash
         hash_hex = self.hg_repo[0].node().encode("hex")


         Uses the request and the repo to make a cache key.
-        return "%s:%s:%s:%s" % (request.method, self.repo.uuid, str(self.repo.mtime()), md5(request.path + ":" + request.raw_body).hexdigest())
+        return "%s:%s:%s:%s" % (request.method, md5(self.repo.path).hexdigest(), str(self.repo.mtime()), md5(request.path + ":" + request.raw_body).hexdigest())
     def access_check(self, request, accesss_type):
         # Get their status
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