On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 12:14:36AM +0530, Ramkumar Ramachandra wrote:
> Jeff King wrote:
> > Sorry, I don't have patches. It is a hard problem for which I do not
> > have the solution, which is kind of my point.
> So, what is the problem? We are moving towards what we think is the
> way forward. Nobody said that it is the theoretical best, but it's
> _much_ better than doing nothing, no?
I thought I already said: there is a lot of global state that is assumed
to be wiped between various functions and git commands. For example, you
cannot just call cmd_log twice in the same process and get the right
answers. I haven't seen a proposal for dealing with that.
> Then whom are we to ask about this feasibility? All the core
> contributors (including Junio) are in the CC. Nobody has said
> anything. So, are you proposing that we sit and ponder over our
> theoretically-indeterminate-feasibility problem? There is no magic
> bullet, Jeff. We write code, and we fix bugs as and when they crop
> up; there's really not much else anyone can do. Help by writing code,
> or reviewing someone else's code.
I mentioned a bug above. How are you going to fix it? Where is your
patch to review?
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