On 15.07.2014 21:48, Junio C Hamano wrote:
Ephrim Khong <dr.kh...@gmail.com> writes:
+test_expect_success setup '
+ GIT_OBJECT_DIRECTORY=.git//../.git/objects &&
+ export GIT_OBJECT_DIRECTORY &&
Do you need this artificially strange environment settings for the
problem to manifest itself, or is it sufficient to have a
non-canonical pathname in the info/alternates file?
The test should check the normalization of both the paths in
info/alternates and of GIT_OBJECT_DIRECTORY, so I'd prefer to leave it
in. It is not necessary to reproduce the original problem, though.
Exporting an environment early in the test and having later tests in
the file depend on it makes it harder to debug when things go wrong,
than leaving an info/alternates file in the repository, primarily
because the latter can be inspected more easily in the trash
directory after "t7702-*.sh -i" dies, hence the above question.
That sounds reasonable. The variable is not required at the
initialization anyway, so I'll set it right before the actual test and
wrap it into a subshell to make debugging easier.
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