Jeff King <> writes:

> The results for running (in linux.git):
>   $ git rev-list --objects --all >objects
>   $ git cat-file --batch-check='%(objectsize:disk)' <objects >/dev/null

I can see how these patches are very logical avenue to grab only
on-disk footprint for large number of objects, but among the type,
payload size and on-disk footprint, I find it highly narrow niche
that a real user or script is interested _only_ in on-disk footprint
without even worrying about the type of object.

> ... (though I think the result actually cleans up the
> sha1_object_info_extended interface a bit, and is worth it).

I tend to agree, especially eyeballing the result of 7/7.

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