Ronnie Sahlberg <sahlb...@google.com> writes:
> 15 of the patches, the refs-common.c patches, focuses on moving all backend
> agnostic refs functions to a common file. This file will contain all
> backend agnostic refs functions.
> The last 6 patches adds a backend structure with the methods we need to
> describe a pluggable backend. Currently we only have one built in backend,
> the current files based backend. These patches do not change any of the
> behavior other than that we now call the methods through backend specific
> wrapper functions rather than calling them directly.
> At this stage we now have a defined set of methods needed for a refs
> backend and we can start building and adding new types of ref backends
> to git.
Very nice ;-).
I would have expected that refs.c would be the generic one and refs-be-*
would be the backend specific ones, though; that way you do not have to
introduce a new file refs-common.c at all, no?
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