I'd like to script a git export command that can be given a list of already
exported worktrees and the tree SHA1s these worktrees correspond too. The git
export command should then for every file it wants to export lookup in the
existing worktrees whether an identical file is already present and in that
case hardlink to the new export location instead of writing the same file
Use Case: A git based web deployment system that exports git trees to be
served by a web server. Every new deployment is written to a new folder. After
the export the web server should start serving new requests from the new
It might be possible that this is premature optimization. But I'd like to
learn more Python and dulwich by hacking this.
Do you have any additional thoughts or use cases about this?
Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro
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