Hi, Junio C Hamano wrote:

> I do not have preference either way, and I've already merged
> them, but why char[] not char*?

A char* is a variable which points to the char[].
That's four (or eight) bytes we don't need. ;-)

C conflates the two concepts somewhat, which is one of the reasons
optimizing compiled C is somewhat more challenging than, say, FORTRAN.

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