On 03/31/2014 11:40 PM, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Michael Haggerty <mhag...@alum.mit.edu> writes:
>> Since full const correctness is beyond the ability of C's type system,
>> just put the const where it doesn't do any harm. A (struct ref_update
>> **) can be passed to a (struct ref_update * const *) argument, but not
>> to a (const struct ref_update **) argument.
> Sounds good, but next time please try not to break lines inside a
> single typename, which is somewhat unreadable ;-)
> I'd suggest rewording "s/Fix/tighten/". Because a patch that
> changes constness can loosen constness to make things more correct,
> "git shortlog" output that says if it is tightening or loosening
> would be more informative than the one that says that it is "fixing".
It is not a strict tightening, because I add a "const" in one place but
remove it from another:
const struct ref_update **
struct ref_update * const *
in the update_refs() signature. In fact, the old declaration was too
strict for some changes later in the patch series, which is why I needed
to loosen (one aspect) of it.
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