On 07/19/2013 08:13 PM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> The "ret" was meant to mean "the return value we got from the
> callback function", not "the return value we would give our caller".
Thanks for clarifying.
I assumed the "ret" was meant as the return value of that function
as it was the case before e6c111b4c. In other projects I am using
ret as "the return value we would give our caller" as it's such a
convenient name for that if you cannot come up with a better name.
> This rename is a bit misleading in that "cb_bits == -1" does not
> mean "full bits set", and it does not tell us much what these "bits"
> They are used to answer this question: which one of the trees in
> t[0..n] did the callback function consumed (hence needs their
> pointers updated).
> So perhaps call it "trees_used" or something?
Sounds indeed way better. I'll rename it.
> By the way, our log message usually do not Capitalize the subject
> after the "<area>:", i.e. do something like this instead:
> Subject: [PATCH 1/3] traverse_trees(): clarify return value of the
Thanks for pointing out.
As a general question: I was mostly doing micro-optimisations or
the mailmap file, which are rather small fixups, which I think are
ok for beginners. Is there a tasklist for beginners, other than that?
Such as porting shell commands to C or other larger tasks?
I used git://github.com/gitster/git.git as remote/origin. There the todo
branch has the last commit as of 2012/04, so I also found
git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/git/git.git, where the todo branch seems
more up-to-date, but the TODO file there also seems a little dated to
So is there any up-to-date task list for beginning contributors?
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