On Tue, Jul 12, 2005 at 09:37:00PM +0000, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> > if [ "$newhead" ]; then
> > echo "Committed as $newhead."
> > - echo $newhead >$_git/HEAD
> > + echo_to_file $newhead $_git/HEAD
> > [ "$merging" ] && rm $_git/merging $_git/merging-sym $_git/merge-base
> Good intentions, but wouldn't the above clobber symlinked HEAD?
Yeah, but I would argue that is the right thing to do.
Symlink'd trees don't really make sense to me (they seem fragile and
somewhat pointless) but perhaps I'm missing something?
> Not a fundamental flaw, though. You need to see if it is a symlink,
> readlink it (repeatedly until you get a regular file or dangling
> symlink target that does not exist --- immediately after git-init-db
> has such a HEAD) and run your echo_to_file on the link target.
I don't see how that's helpful. The idea of echo_to_file is to make
the metadata self-contained to the subtree --- so we don't want to
have external links (possibly) pointing outside of it.
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