Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:

> Either Jeff's "refname $name's log goes to logs/graveyard/$name~" or
> Michael's "append ~d to each directory component, append ~f to the
> leaf component" that are already proposed will keep "one file per
> name" property to allow us to open once and efficiently read the
> file through.  Why would we want to see an inferiour alternative
> added to the discussion?

Note that there may be some "other" advantage I am not seeing in the
"directory with timestamp in its name"; if it is a big enough
advantage over what have already been proposed, then that would be a
valid reason why we may want to see it as an alternative (and at
that point, it is no longer inferior).  That is the reason why I
asked "How would that help us in what way?"

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