Ok, here is the "teaser" for the git-blame rewrite. The first two
patches are already in pu and only contained for simplicity. The
third patch gives a pretty good idea about the work that's up. It is
missing support for the -M and -C options (I think, if that's what the
"move" and "copy" detection are supposed to be about). Part of
preexisting code is #if 0/#endif removed since I don't know yet
whether the implementation of copy/move will need some of that.
Apart from these rather obvious problems, the question is whether it
is ok to do the finished rewrite as a single commit since I cannot
really envision useful intermediate stages.
While there is not much of a point on commenting on the code (and its
tentative changes) within #if 0/#endif, the code that is actually
compiled is of course open to preliminary criticism.
For obvious reasons, patch #3 is not signed off: it should never be
committed in its current form.
David Kastrup (3):
builtin/blame.c: struct blame_entry does not need a prev link
Eliminate same_suspect function in builtin/blame.c
builtin/blame.c: large-scale rewrite
builtin/blame.c | 595 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------------
1 file changed, 371 insertions(+), 224 deletions(-)
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