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

>> Well that's a chicken-and-egg problem, isn't it.  How will a library
>> become widespread unless something uses it?
> That something will not be the git core itself.  Otherwise we will
> lose a stable reference implementation to catch its bugs.

Well, the whole question here is whether git-subtree can become part of
core if it is based on libgit2.  It boils down to what you mean by
"widespread," I guess.  Does "widespread" mean "available as a package
in major distributions," "installed by default in major distributions"
or something else?

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