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    • Jeff King's avatar
      clone: create intermediate directories of destination repo · 2beebd22
      Jeff King authored
      The shell version used to use "mkdir -p" to create the repo
      path, but the C version just calls "mkdir". Let's replicate
      the old behavior. We have to create the git and worktree
      leading dirs separately; while most of the time, the
      worktree dir contains the git dir (as .git), the user can
      override this using GIT_WORK_TREE.
      
      We can reuse safe_create_leading_directories, but we need to
      make a copy of our const buffer to do so. Since
      merge-recursive uses the same pattern, we can factor this
      out into a global function. This has two other cleanup
      advantages for merge-recursive:
      
        1. mkdir_p wasn't a very good name. "mkdir -p foo/bar" actually
           creates bar, but this function just creates the leading
           directories.
      
        2. mkdir_p took a mode argument, but it was completely
           ignored.
      Acked-by: default avatarDaniel Barkalow <barkalow@iabervon.org>
      Signed-off-by: default avatarJunio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
      2beebd22
    • Jeff King's avatar
      clone: create intermediate directories of destination repo · 8e21d63b
      Jeff King authored
      The shell version used to use "mkdir -p" to create the repo
      path, but the C version just calls "mkdir". Let's replicate
      the old behavior. We have to create the git and worktree
      leading dirs separately; while most of the time, the
      worktree dir contains the git dir (as .git), the user can
      override this using GIT_WORK_TREE.
      
      We can reuse safe_create_leading_directories, but we need to
      make a copy of our const buffer to do so. Since
      merge-recursive uses the same pattern, we can factor this
      out into a global function. This has two other cleanup
      advantages for merge-recursive:
      
        1. mkdir_p wasn't a very good name. "mkdir -p foo/bar" actually
           creates bar, but this function just creates the leading
           directories.
      
        2. mkdir_p took a mode argument, but it was completely
           ignored.
      Acked-by: default avatarDaniel Barkalow <barkalow@iabervon.org>
      Signed-off-by: default avatarJunio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
      8e21d63b
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