This is a series of two patches: the first avoids alignment faults
that were making git either slow on Alpha machines or crashy,
depending on the machine's configuration, and the second patch is a
cosmetic nit noticed while reviewing the first.
Patches are based against
30ae47b4 remove ARM and Mozilla SHA1 implementations, 2009-08-17
(aka the tip of the lt/block-sha1 branch) for no particular reason.
They should work fine against a more modern codebase if you prefer
No changes since v2 except to commit messages.
I think this should be ready for application. Thanks to Michael and
Linus for shaping the original patch into something sane.
Jonathan Nieder (2):
block-sha1: avoid pointer conversion that violates alignment
block-sha1: put expanded macro parameters in parentheses
block-sha1/sha1.c | 8 ++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
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