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 * Copyright (C) the libgit2 contributors. All rights reserved.
 * This file is part of libgit2, distributed under the GNU GPL v2 with
 * a Linking Exception. For full terms see the included COPYING file.
#ifndef INCLUDE_odb_h__
#define INCLUDE_odb_h__

#include "git2/odb.h"
#include "git2/oid.h"
#include "git2/types.h"

#include "vector.h"
#include "cache.h"
#include "posix.h"
#include "filter.h"

#define GIT_OBJECTS_DIR "objects/"
#define GIT_OBJECT_DIR_MODE 0777

extern bool git_odb__strict_hash_verification;

typedef struct {
	void *data;			/**< Raw, decompressed object data. */
	size_t len;			/**< Total number of bytes in data. */
	git_otype type;		/**< Type of this object. */
} git_rawobj;

/* EXPORT */
struct git_odb_object {
	git_cached_obj cached;
	void *buffer;

/* EXPORT */
struct git_odb {
	git_refcount rc;
	git_vector backends;
	git_cache own_cache;
	unsigned int do_fsync :1;

typedef enum {
} git_odb_cap_t;

 * Set the capabilities for the object database.
int git_odb__set_caps(git_odb *odb, int caps);

 * Add the default loose and packed backends for a database.
int git_odb__add_default_backends(
	git_odb *db, const char *objects_dir,
	bool as_alternates, int alternate_depth);

 * Hash a git_rawobj internally.
 * The `git_rawobj` is supposed to be previously initialized
int git_odb__hashobj(git_oid *id, git_rawobj *obj);

 * Format the object header such as it would appear in the on-disk object
int git_odb__format_object_header(char *hdr, size_t n, git_off_t obj_len, git_otype obj_type);
 * Hash an open file descriptor.
 * This is a performance call when the contents of a fd need to be hashed,
 * but the fd is already open and we have the size of the contents.
 * Saves us some `stat` calls.
 * The fd is never closed, not even on error. It must be opened and closed
 * by the caller
int git_odb__hashfd(git_oid *out, git_file fd, size_t size, git_otype type);

 * Hash an open file descriptor applying an array of filters
 * Acts just like git_odb__hashfd with the addition of filters...
int git_odb__hashfd_filtered(
	git_oid *out, git_file fd, size_t len, git_otype type, git_filter_list *fl);

 * Hash a `path`, assuming it could be a POSIX symlink: if the path is a
 * symlink, then the raw contents of the symlink will be hashed. Otherwise,
 * this will fallback to `git_odb__hashfd`.
 * The hash type for this call is always `GIT_OBJ_BLOB` because symlinks may
 * only point to blobs.
int git_odb__hashlink(git_oid *out, const char *path);

 * Generate a GIT_EMISMATCH error for the ODB.
int git_odb__error_mismatch(
	const git_oid *expected, const git_oid *actual);

 * Generate a GIT_ENOTFOUND error for the ODB.
int git_odb__error_notfound(
	const char *message, const git_oid *oid, size_t oid_len);

 * Generate a GIT_EAMBIGUOUS error for the ODB.
int git_odb__error_ambiguous(const char *message);

 * Attempt to read object header or just return whole object if it could
 * not be read.
int git_odb__read_header_or_object(
	git_odb_object **out, size_t *len_p, git_otype *type_p,
	git_odb *db, const git_oid *id);

/* freshen an entry in the object database */
int git_odb__freshen(git_odb *db, const git_oid *id);

/* fully free the object; internal method, DO NOT EXPORT */
void git_odb_object__free(void *object);