On Sun, Nov 11, 2012 at 9:49 PM, Max Horn <m...@quendi.de> wrote:
> On 11.11.2012, at 14:59, Felipe Contreras wrote:
>> People seeking for reference would find it useful.
> Hm, I don't understand this commit message. Probably means I am j git
> fast-export --use-done-featureust too dumb, but since I am one of those
> people who would likely be seeking for reference, I would really appreciate
> if it could clarified. Like, for example, I don't see how the patch below
> makes anything "clear", it just seems to change the "import" command of
> git-remote-testgit to make use of the 'done' feature?
No, the done feature was there already, but not so visible: git
fast-export --use-done-feature <-there. Which is the problem, it's too
easy to miss, therefore the need to make it clear.
> Perhaps the idea of the patch is to make use of the "done" feature so that
> remote-testgit acts as "reference implementation"? If that is the intention,
> then perhaps this could be used as commit message:
It's already there.
> remote-testgit: make use of the 'done' feature
> This might be helpful for people who would like to see how to properly
> implement the "done" feature.
Everybody should implement the 'done' feature. Otherwise random error
messages quite easily appear.
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