[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH 1/3] libavcodec/cinepakenc.c: comments cleanup (contents)
michael at niedermayer.cc
Tue Feb 7 23:50:42 EET 2017
On Tue, Feb 07, 2017 at 12:54:02PM +0100, u-9iep at aetey.se wrote:
> Hello Michael,
> On Tue, Feb 07, 2017 at 03:09:56AM +0100, Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> > > What about the other patches from that series?
> > > The second one is purely cosmetic (looks useful to me but not much
> > > of concern)
> > I have no oppinion about // vs /**/ comments but in the absence of
> > a reason to change them my gut feeling leans toward leaving things
> > as they are for "git blame" simplification.
> No objection.
> > > while the third (tiny) one is about correcting an inverted
> > > explanation in a comment.
> > I think the 3rd depends on the 2nd
> No, the third is standalone.
> It was possibly wrong to put them in the same series, but otherwise a
> confusion would be probably easy, too.
> > another point which was brought up by jb on IRC and in RL longer ago
> > was that ideally the author field in git should contain a name.
> > It may help with contacting one in the far future or with simply
> > refering to the author as in
> > who wrote the cinepack optimizations?
> > Author: addr-see-the-website at aetey.se <addr-see-the-website at aetey.se>
> Contact data is not identity even though this fact is ignored in some
> widely spread (misled) practices, which the above example illustrates
> well. There are actually two separate questions:
> Q: Who wrote the cinepak optimizations?
> A: A person known as Rl @ Aetey Global Technologies AB.
There is no "Rl" in there
git removes that when applying with git am
From: Rl <addr-see-the-website at aetey.se>
Author: addr-see-the-website at aetey.se <addr-see-the-website at aetey.se>
I dont know why git does that but it does, i retested this as it seemed
rather unexpected and odd
I can manually override this and force git to use Rl as name so i
will do that, but this may be error prone if git fails to keep Rl
even after there are commits in the tree with that name.
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