Re: [PATCH] git-http-fetch: remove unused cmd_http_fetch

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On Fri, Jun 15, 2012 at 12:21:36PM -0400, Jeff King wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 14, 2012 at 10:23:37PM +0200, Luka Perkov wrote:
> > It was left out from commit 1088261f6fc90324014b5306cca4171987da85ce
> This commit message left me scratching my head. Did we get rid of
> http-fetch? If not, then don't we still need cmd_http_fetch? Or did we
> just make it not a builtin, in which case we wouldn't be getting rid of
> cmd_http_fetch, but rather converting it to main?
> Reading the 1088261, I find the answer: we did make it not a builtin,
> and it was indeed converted into "main". But its _declaration_ hung
> around.
> So maybe a better commit message would be:
>   Subject: builtin.h: drop cmd_http_fetch declaration
>   This was converted from a builtin into a stand-alone program by
>   1088261f6fc90324014b5306cca4171987da85ce, but that commit forgot to
>   drop the declaration.

I agree. Sorry for the confusing message.

> Other than that, the patch looks obviously correct.
> -Peff
> PS There seem to be some other similar declarations: at least
>    cmd_upload_tar and cmd_pickaxe.

I noticed only cmd_http_fetch when I was hacking a patch for OpenWrt.

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