|tagger||David Pursehouse <email@example.com>||Thu Mar 23 09:14:16 2017 +0900|
|author||David Pursehouse <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Mar 22 13:28:28 2017 +0900|
|committer||David Pursehouse <email@example.com>||Wed Mar 22 13:28:28 2017 +0900|
Be more consistent about object ids used in ref operation validation In CreateBranch, a RefUpdate is created with expectedOldObjectId set but not oldObjectId. In DeleteBranch[es], none of expectedOldObjectId, oldObjectId, and newObjectId is set. As a result, when RefOperationValidators uses oldObjectId and newObjectId to create a ReceiveCommand, they can be null, resulting in NullPointerException when a listener dereferences them. So use expectedOldObjectId instead of oldObjectId in RefOperationValidators. Before a ref update has been performed, only the former is meant to be set. In DeleteBranch[es], set the expectedOldObjectId and the newObjectId (which is zero). This way, in RefOperationValidators we know both values will always be set. Bug: Issue 5817 Helped-By: Jonathan Nieder <firstname.lastname@example.org> Change-Id: If1f3a6179fa789077731a16e4b731227a73be7f2
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