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Re: [PATCH 04/35] refspec: introduce struct refspec




Brandon Williams <bmwill@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> diff --git a/refspec.h b/refspec.h
> index 173cea882..f6fb251f3 100644
> --- a/refspec.h
> +++ b/refspec.h
> @@ -20,4 +20,29 @@ struct refspec_item *parse_push_refspec(int nr_refspec, const char **refspec);
>  
>  void free_refspec(int nr_refspec, struct refspec_item *refspec);
>  
> +#define REFSPEC_FETCH 1
> +#define REFSPEC_PUSH 0

The reversed order of these two definitions looks somewhat unusual.
I guess the reason why you made FETCH true and PUSH false is
probably because quite a lot of places in the existing code we do

	if (fetch)
		do the fetch thing;
 	else
		do the push thing;

i.e. "fetch" variable is used as "is this a fetch: yes/no?"
boolean, and a caller that mysteriously passes "1" (or "0")
is harder to read than necessary.  Being able to pass REFSPEC_PUSH
instead of "0" would certainly make the caller easier to read.  But
as long as the variable is understood as "is_fetch? Yes/no", the
caller can pass Yes or No and be still descriptive enough.

I think the way to make such a code more readable would not be to
rewrite the above to

	if (fetch_or_push)
		do the fetch thing;
 	else
		do the push thing;

Rather it would be 

	if (fetch_or_push == REFSPEC_FETCH)
		do the fetch thing;
 	else
		do the push thing;

And once you have gone that far, the actual "enum" value assignment
no longer makes difference.

> +#define REFSPEC_INIT_FETCH { .fetch = REFSPEC_FETCH }
> +#define REFSPEC_INIT_PUSH { .fetch = REFSPEC_PUSH }
> +
> +struct refspec {
> +	struct refspec_item *items;
> +	int alloc;
> +	int nr;
> +
> +	const char **raw;
> +	int raw_alloc;
> +	int raw_nr;
> +
> +	int fetch;
> +};
> +
> +void refspec_item_init(struct refspec_item *item, const char *refspec, int fetch);
> +void refspec_item_clear(struct refspec_item *item);
> +void refspec_init(struct refspec *rs, int fetch);
> +void refspec_append(struct refspec *rs, const char *refspec);
> +void refspec_appendn(struct refspec *rs, const char **refspecs, int nr);
> +void refspec_clear(struct refspec *rs);
> +
>  #endif /* REFSPEC_H */