On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Jacob Keller <jacob.e.kel...@intel.com> writes:
>> To make this work, we have to fix a few bugs in the graph API that force
>> graph_show_commit_msg to be used only when you have a valid graph.
>> Additionally, we extend the default_diff_output_prefix handler to work
>> even when no graph is enabled.
>> This is somewhat of a hack on top of the graph API, but I think it
>> should be acceptable here.
> Unlike the opt-prefix-length I removed in 1/3, the length of the
> line-prefix will never change during the lifetime of a single
> diff_options struct, so it might turn out that repeated strlen()
> on it for each and every line output is wasteful.
I could change this to store the length at option initialization,
probably a good idea. Would it be better to just store it as a strbuf,
since these know their length already? Or just add a
line_prefix_length field? I agree that calling strlen a lot is
> Other than that, I didn't spot anything immediately questionable.
Thanks. I definitely feel like this is somewhat abusing the graph API
because we're adding something not exactly graph-related. But in some
ways it really is graph related as well, so I think it makes some
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