On Thu, Feb 06, 2014 at 10:10:39PM +0700, Nguyễn Thái Ngọc Duy wrote:
> In smart http, upload-pack adds new shallow lines at the beginning of
> each rpc response. Only shallow lines from the first rpc call are
> useful. After that they are thrown away. It's designed this way
> because upload-pack is stateless and has no idea when its shallow
> lines are helpful or not.
> So after refs are negotiated with multi_ack_detailed and both sides
> happy. The server sends "ACK obj-id ready", terminates the rpc call
> and waits for the final rpc round. The client sends "done". The server
> sends another response, which also has shallow lines at the beginning,
> and the last "ACK obj-id" line.
> When no-done is active, the last round is cut out, the server sends
> "ACK obj-id ready" and "ACK obj-id" in the same rpc
> response. fetch-pack is updated to recognize this and not send
> "done". However it still tries to consume shallow lines, which are
> never sent.
> Update the code, make sure to skip consuming shallow lines when
> no-done is enabled.
Thanks for a nice explanation.
> +# This test is tricky. We need large enough "have"s that fetch-pack
> +# will put pkt-flush in between. Then we need a "have" the the server
> +# does not have, it'll send "ACK %s ready"
> +test_expect_success 'add more commits' '
> + (
> + cd shallow &&
> + for i in $(seq 10); do
This probably needs to be test_seq for portability.
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