On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 12:17 AM, Shawn Pearce <spea...@spearce.org> wrote:
>> And I was wrong. At least since 1b4bb16 (pack-objects: optimize
>> "recency order" - 2011-06-30) commits are spread out and can be mixed
>> with trees too. Grouping them back defeats what Junio did in that
>> commit, I think.
> I think you misunderstand what 1b4bb16 does. Junio uses a layout
> similar to what JGit has done for years. Commits are packed, then
> trees, then blobs. Only annotated tags are interspersed with commits.
> The decision on where to place tags is different, but has a similar
> purpose.

This is embarrassing. I looked at verify-pack output and somehow saw
trees mixed with commits. I must have read it wrong. "git verify-pack
-v <pack>|awk '{print $2;}'|uniq on recently created pack shows that
only tags and commits are mixed. Sorry for the noise.
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