Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
> Moreover, if you are going to argue that we shouldn't be closing the
> door, then why not link ./builtin/*.o to libgit.a?
Huh? It does not make any sense. builtin/*.o files have cmd_foo()
that are expected to be called from git.c::main(), but libgit.a
files are linked with no constraints whose main() they are linking
> If you are
> seriously considering the highly unlikely hypothetical standalone
> git-filter-branch scenario, you should consider the even more likely
> scenario where somebody needs to access code from ./builtin/*.o; that
> scenario is not even hypothetical, we know it's happened multiple
> times, and we know it's going to happen again.
That is exactly why I said that builtin/*.o should be refactored to
pick "does not have to be in builtin" bits, which will result in a
better division of labor. Reusable bits should live in the library,
while a particular implementation of command remain in builtin/*
that utilize the reusable bits.
You still haven't justified why we have to _forbid_ any outside
callers from calling copy_notes_for_rewrite().
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