On 08/30/2012 07:26 AM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> writes:
>> By the way, is the use of realpath(3) permissible in git code?
>> GIT_CEILING_DIRECTORIES handling could be fixed relatively easily by
>> using this function to canonicalize pathnames before comparison.
> As long as we can add a compat/realpath.c (perhaps lift one from
> glibc before they went GPLv3) for platforms that matter, I do not
> see it as a huge problem. How close is abspath.c::real_path() to
> what you need?
Cool, I didn't know about that function. It's approximately what is
needed, except that it dies if fed an invalid path (unacceptable when
processing GIT_CEILING_DIRECTORIES) and it's buggy (try "test-path-utils
real_path ''" or "test-path-utils real_path '/foo'"). However, I'm
working on fixing it and splitting off a variant that returns NULL on
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