Thomas Rast wrote:
> The only thing that's broken in any of this is that I think, as
> explained on IRC, that a hypothetical fixed --follow -C should be able
> to figure out this case.  By spending extra cycles on analysis,
> naturally.

For the 100th time, nothing has been "copied".  There is no need to
spend time on any analysis.  It's a very straightforward problem that
requires no computation or heuristics: it just requires you to strip
the leading "subproject/" when looking for pathspecs in the M^2
commit^{tree}s.  Done.
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