On Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 02:23:18PM -0700, Linus Torvalds wrote:

> If you really want to do something like this, then you should do it like
> this:
>       update_head() {

except there are a number of places I need to frob things in Cogito
and they are not all for the head.  If the head is special and the
only candidate sure, that works for me.

>  - following multiple links is _wrong_, since the next-level link could
>    actually be a symlink to another tree entirely (if somebody is crazy
>    enough to use "cp -Rl" to copy trees, then why not "cp -Rs"?)

I already stated that wasn't supposed to work.  If you have symlinks
outside of your tree with cogito I think there is a *lot* more code
that probably needs to be checked.

Remember I used cogito here, not git directly.  That probably means
things are invoked very differently for me?

>  - you got relative links wrong.

Possibly, I was more for RFC/concept reasons I posted the patch.  I'm
clueless when it comes to writing decent or reliable bash sh/bash
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