On Fri, Apr 22, 2005 at 12:41:56PM +0200, Christian Meder wrote:
> -------
> /<project>/blob/<blob-sha1>
> /<project>/commit/<commit-sha1>

It is trivial to find an object when given a sha, but to know the object
type you'd have to decompress it and check inside. Also the way git
stores these things you can't have both a blob and a commit with the
same sha anyways.

So why not use,
    /<project/<hexadecimal sha1 representation>
        will give you the raw object.

    /<project/<hexadecimal sha1 representation>.html (.xml/.txt)
        will give you a parsed version for user presentation

And since hexadecimal numbers only have [0-9a-f] as valid characters,
you can still have additional directories that can be guaranteed unique
as long as the first two characters are not a valid hexadecimal value.
So things like /branch/linus, or /changelog/, /log/, /diff/. Yeah, you
can't use /delta/ without looking at more than the first two characters,
but that's where dictionaries can come in handy.


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