> Dmitry S. Dolzhenko (14):
>   builtin/pack-objects.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in check_pbase_path()
>   bundle.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in add_to_ref_list()
>   cache-tree.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in find_subtree()
>   commit.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in register_commit_graft()
>   diff.c: use ALLOC_GROW()
>   diffcore-rename.c: use ALLOC_GROW()
>   patch-ids.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in add_commit()
>   replace_object.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in register_replace_object()
>   reflog-walk.c: use ALLOC_GROW()
>   dir.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in create_simplify()
>   attr.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in handle_attr_line()
>   builtin/mktree.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in append_to_tree()
>   read-cache.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in add_index_entry()
>   sha1_file.c: use ALLOC_GROW() in pretend_sha1_file()

All looked cleanly done.

The resulting code of 1, 3, 4, 6 and 8 share this pattern:

        ALLOC_GROW(table, number + 1, alloc);

which may be easier to understand if done the other way around:

        ALLOC_GROW(table, number, alloc);

That is, "we know we want one more, so make sure they fit in the

But that is just a minor issue; I suspect many existing callsites to
ALLOC_GROW() already follow the former pattern, and if we decide to
to switch the former to the latter, we shouldn't be doing so within
this series (we should do that as a separate series on top of this).

Thanks; will queue.

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