The first patch introduces the GIT_CACHE_DIRECTORY to the C plumbing.
Without this patch, the index file and its lock are always placed
in './.git'. Scripts wishing to run these commands from a different
working directory can use this support to override the cache directory.
The second patch renames the DB_ENVIRONMENT symbols to match. Note,
the name changes came from an off-list comment from Linus, after my
sendpatches script accidentally bombed him with a half dozen copies of
the init-db patch series summary. His comment inspired these last two.
The third patch renames SHA1_FILE_DIRECTORY as GIT_OBJECT_DIRECTORY,
to match the "GIT_CACHE_DIRECTORY" name introduced in the first patch.
This was done last and seperately so it can be applied after a little
bit of notice. We're not at a point of need to be backwards compatible.
This require my latest init-db cleanups be applied first, otherwise
you will get a rejection in init-db.c.
There are 3 patches in this series:
[PATCH 1/3] add GIT_CACHE_DIRECTORY support
[PATCH 2/3] rename object directory symbols
[PATCH 3/3] rename SHA1_FILE_DIRECTORY
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