On Sat, 16 Jul 2005, Ryan Anderson wrote:
> Linus, it seems, well, odd to me that you maintain two different git
> So I used your example of the gittk merge to move git-tools into the
> main git-repository.
Fair enough. I was ready to pull your work, but it turns out that the old
git-tools repository had things like directory entries with file mode
100775, so git-fsck-cache complains about it. I've already suppressed
git-fsck-cache on mode 100664 (which exists in both the kernel and git
archives), so I could have just added the other case, but I preferred to
just make git-convert-cache convert it, and then pull in a _converted_
tools archive instead.
[ Side note: I'm actually happy by how git-convert-cache was still 100%
functional. I haven't touched it in a long time, and it's very intimate
with the objects, so the fact that it still worked means that we haven't
screwed anything up in the object format ;]
I did mostly the same things you did, except I also dropped "stripspace",
since I'd already copied it over to git (and it's now installed as
"git-stripspace") earlier. And I just called the subdirectory "tools".
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