On Thu, 14 Jul 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> The bisect search found that the commit
> Make "git-checkout" create files with O_EXCL
> makes the test t1005 fail. But it is getting late so I give up
> to figuire this out tonight.
Ahh, thanks for noticing.
* expecting success: rm -f .git/index &&
rm -fr DF &&
mkdir DF &&
echo DF/DF >DF/DF &&
git-update-cache --add DF/DF &&
read_tree_twoway $treeDFDF $treeDF &&
git-ls-files --stage >DFDFcheck.out &&
diff -u DF.out DFDFcheck.out &&
check_cache_at DF clean && # different from pure 2-way
100644 052efc3abbc31348f7abd34535b1953d38273257 3 DF
100644 b90ea14b2dd74b6f377c10870b3757344bbe077c 1 DF/DF
100644 b90ea14b2dd74b6f377c10870b3757344bbe077c 2 DF/DF
error: git-checkout-cache: unable to create file DF (File exists)
100644 052efc3abbc31348f7abd34535b1953d38273257 0 DF
* FAIL 24: DF vs DF/DF case test (#2) rm -f .git/index &&
Which is strange. If the path already exists, the "lstat(path, &st)"
should have returned 0 in checkout_entry (which is the only caller of
"write_entry()"), and that code does an "unlink(path)" before it calls
write-entry. So I was sure O_EXCL wouldn't make any difference, but I'm
obviously wrong, wrong, wrong.
I'll strace the dang thing.
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