Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> On Fri, Oct 18, 2013 at 11:25:13AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
>> > + * Our basic strategy is to compare "base" and "asked" to find the bits
>> > + * specific to our request. We then strip those bits off of "got" to
>> > yield the
>> > + * new base. So for example, if our base is "http://example.com/foo.git",
>> > + * and we ask for "http://example.com/foo.git/info/refs", we might end up
>> > + * with "https://other.example.com/foo.git/info/refs". We would want the
>> > + * new URL to become "https://other.example.com/foo.git".
>> Not "https://other.example.com/foo.git/info/refs"?
> I think my use of "the new URL" is ambiguous. I meant "the new base",
> from which one could then construct the new refs URL as you suggest.
Ahh, there is nothing we need to do to make the new URL to
"https://.../info/refs"; we already have it in "got". And the
function resets "base" and then adds "got" excluding its tail part
to compute the new base. So "s/new URL/new base/" would be all we
need to do, I think.
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