Christian Couder <christian.cou...@gmail.com> writes:
> In patch 29/41 I added some comments in apply.h above the definition
> of APPLY_OPT_INACCURATE_EOF and APPLY_OPT_RECOUNT, as suggested by
> Stefan. This is the only change compared to v13.
> - Patches 33/41 to 37/41 were in v10, v12 and v13.
> They implement a way to make the libified apply code silent by
> changing the bool `apply_verbosely` into a tristate enum called
> `apply_verbosity`, that can be one of `verbosity_verbose`,
> `verbosity_normal` or `verbosity_silent`.
This is a reasonable approach.
> The only changes since v13 are in 37/41. The name of the first
> argument to mute_routine() is changed from "bla" to "msg" as suggested
> by Ramsey, and the commit message is improved as suggested by Stefan.
> - Patch 40/41 was in v12 and v13, and hasn't changed.
> It adds a "const char *index_file" into "struct apply_state", to make
> it possible to use a special index file instead of the default one.