From: Stefan Beller <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Junio C Hamano <email@example.com>, Jonathan Tan <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Jonathan Nieder <email@example.com> Subject: Re: [PATCH] push: do not add submodule odb as an alternate when recursing on demand Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2017 18:05:25 -0700 Message-ID: <CAGZ79kZAkdiKHUweQK6U4dqAakfzReDMfiHKDmzsKGuAH3BgyA@mail.gmail.com> (raw) In-Reply-To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 5:11 PM, Junio C Hamano <email@example.com> wrote: > Stefan Beller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > >>> Is "is it populated" a good thing to check here, though? IIRC, >>> add-submodule-odb allows you to add the object database of an >>> inactivated submodule, so this seems to change the behaviour. I do >>> not know if the behaviour change is a good thing (i.e. bugfix) or >>> not (i.e. regression) offhand, though. >> >> Good point, we should be able to push non-populated, even inactive(?) >> submodules. For that we strictly need add_submodule_odb here >> (or the repo object of the submodule, eventually). >> >> So let's retract this patch for now. > > Not so fast. Ok, I took another look at the code. While we may desire that un-populated submodules can be pushed (due to checking out another revision where the submodule doesn't exist, before pushing), this is not supported currently, because the call to run the push in the submodule assumes there is a "<path>/.git" on which the child process can operate. So for now we HAVE to have the submodule populated. In the future we may have the a lighter version just checking the object store of the submodule. Maybe this use case in the submodule can be covered by the .remote/.imported mechanism as well, such that we'd know if we have any local objects. > I am not convinced "push --recursive" should touch a submodule that > was once cloned from the upstream and then deactivated, so using > add-submodule-odb to decide if the push should go through may be a > bug that we may want to fix, in which case the diff of the patch in > question may be good as-is. We need to sell it as a bugfix to the > users, who may complain about behaviour change (if there is one). correct. Coupled with the observation above, we want really need both "is active and populated" (your paragraph suggest not-active submodules don't need pushing, the populated bit comes from the observation above) > On the other hand, even if it were desirable for such a deactivated > submodule to be pushed, as your log message explained, there is no > reason to contaminate the in-core object hash by calling the > add-submodule-odb helper, when the only thing we care about is "do > we have the refs and object store for this submodule? we do not care > if it is activated or not". Perhaps there is a more appropriate > helper in submodule.c that answers that question that we should be > using instead of add-submodule-odb, and if there is not yet such a > helper, perhaps this indicates that we need to add such a helper, > which essentially is the early half of what add-submodule-odb does, > i.e. ask git_path_submodule() for the object store and check if that > directory exists. I think due to the constraint of also needing a worktree the is_populated helper is the correct choice here. > > Thanks.
next prev parent reply index Thread overview: 20+ messages in thread (expand / mbox.gz / Atom feed / [top]) 2017-07-12 23:45 [PATCH] submodule: use cheaper check for submodule pushes Stefan Beller 2017-07-13 0:01 ` Jonathan Nieder 2017-07-13 0:09 ` Stefan Beller 2017-07-13 0:53 ` Junio C Hamano 2017-07-13 5:14 ` Stefan Beller 2017-07-13 18:37 ` Junio C Hamano 2017-07-13 19:39 ` Stefan Beller 2017-07-13 20:48 ` Jonathan Nieder 2017-07-13 20:54 ` Stefan Beller 2017-08-15 22:43 ` [PATCH] push: do not add submodule odb as an alternate when recursing on demand Stefan Beller 2017-08-15 23:10 ` Jonathan Nieder 2017-08-15 23:14 ` Jonathan Nieder 2017-08-15 23:27 ` Stefan Beller 2017-08-15 23:23 ` Junio C Hamano 2017-08-15 23:31 ` Stefan Beller 2017-08-16 0:11 ` Junio C Hamano 2017-08-16 1:05 ` Stefan Beller [this message] 2017-08-16 2:08 ` Jonathan Nieder 2017-08-16 5:52 ` Stefan Beller 2017-08-16 16:35 ` Heiko Voigt
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