On 07/16, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Thomas Gummerer <t.gumme...@gmail.com> writes:
> > == Work done in the previous 12 weeks ==
> > - Definition of a tentative index file v5 format . This differs
> > from the proposal in making it possible to bisect the directory
> > entries and file entries, to do a binary search. The exact bits
> > for each section were also defined. To further compress the index,
> > along with prefix compression, the stat data is hashed, since
> > it's only used for comparison, but the plain data is never used.
> s/comparison/equality comparison/ perhaps?
> > Thanks to Michael Haggerty, Nguyen Thai Ngoc Duy, Thomas Rast
> > and Robin Rosenberg for feedback.
> > - Read the index format format and translate it to the current in
> s/format format/on-disk file format/ or something?
> > memory format. This doesn't include reading any of the current
> > extensions, which are now part of the main index. The code again
> > is on github.  Thanks for reviewing the first steps to Thomas
> > Rast.
> > - Started implementing the writer, which extracts the directories from
> > the in-memory format, and writes the header and the directories to
> > disk.
> > - I found a few bugs in the algorithm for extracting the directories
> > and decided to completely rewrite it, using a hash table instead of
> > simple lists, since the old one would have to many corner cases to
> > handle.
> What does "the algorithm" refer to? Is it the one described in the
> previous bullet point, or is it the code in production? If latter,
> it would help to separate out the task to fix the breakage, as
> people with the current or previous versions of Git will be
> negatively affected until that bug is fixed. If former, I am not
> sure if this task needs to be described in two bullet points ("I did
> X, X had bug so I redid X in a different way" is still a single task
> to do X).
It refers to the algorithm in the previous bullet point, which
extracts the directories, and can be included in the above bullet
point. Sorry for the confusion.
> > == Work done int the last week ==
> > - Polished the patch for the ce_namelen field. The thread for the
> > patch can be found at .
> Thanks for this one; I think it is ready for 'next', but if you are
> still not satisfied I do not mind waiting for further perfection.
Thanks, I'm satisfied with it, for me it can be merged to 'next'.
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