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Fix diff -B/--dirstat miscounting of newly added contents
What used to happen is that diffcore_count_changes() simply ignored any hashes in the destination that didn't match hashes in the source. EXCEPT if the source hash didn't exist at all, in which case it would count _one_ destination hash that happened to have the "next" hash value. As a consequence, newly added material was often undercounted, making output from --dirstat and "complete rewrite" detection used by -B unrelialble. This changes it so that: - whenever it bypasses a destination hash (because it doesn't match a source), it counts the bytes associated with that as "literal added" - at the end (once we have used up all the source hashes), we do the same thing with the remaining destination hashes. - when hashes do match, and we use the difference in counts as a value, we also use up that destination hash entry (the 'd++'). Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <email@example.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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