Jeff King <> writes:

> On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 11:56:33AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> > or similar. I didn't change the name, either. It may be silly to call it
>> > "commit_queue" still since it is now more general. I simply called mine
>> > "queue" (I wanted "pqueue", but that conflicted with globals defined by
>> > OpenSSL; yours is a more general queue anyway, so maybe that is a good
>> > name).
>> I agree that it makes sense not to call it either commit-queue or
>> pqueue.  While at it, the filenames should probably be moved as
>> well, no?
> Yeah, definitely. I left all of that as an exercise for you, since the
> name change will involve a lot of fallout in the other patches.

OK, I pushed out a result of some renaming and rebasing.  Notable
changes are:

 - The data and API is called prio-queue and they live in prio-queue.[ch];

 - The test script is also named test-prio-queue.c, to leave the
   door open for other kinds of queue;

 - For now, record_author_date() does the obvious read-sha1-file and
   free; and

 - The comparison callback's function signature had three "void *",
   so they are named in the header file now.  Also two "thing"
   pointers are marked as "const void *".

I may have flipped the comparison < vs <= as well.

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