On Wed, 3 Aug 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > Yeah, probably not. git-rev-list does so much more than git-rev-tree ever 
> > did.
> Does rev-list do --edges ;-)?

No, but does anybody use it? It _may_ be interesting as a git-merge-base
thing, but then we should probably add it to git-merge-base (which
actually _does_ do edges these days, but it just only shows the most
recent one..)

> BTW, I have two known bugs/problems that I haven't resolved,
> which is bothering me quite a bit.  Yes, it is my fault (lack of
> time and concentration).  One is the EINTR from the daemon.c,

I actually think the new code is totally broken. If you want to listen to 
several sockets, you should just run several daemons. Yeah, yeah, it won't 
give you "global child control" etc, but I doubt we care.

But I don't think it's a huge issue, since most serious users are likely 
to use the "--inetd" flag and use inetd as the real daemon anyway (ie the 
built-in daemon code is most useful for normal users just setting up 
their own quick thing).

> and another is receive-pack failing with "unpack should have
> generated but I cannot find it" when pushing.  The latter is
> something "I am aware of, I know it needs to be diagnosed, but I
> have not looked into yet".

I've lost that state. Can you explain a bit mroe..

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