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    • Mike McQuaid's avatar
      formula: make prefix usually return opt_prefix. · a571965d
      Mike McQuaid authored
      Return `opt_prefix` if it exists and `prefix` is not called from within
      the same formula's `install` or `post_install` methods. Otherwise, fall
      back to the existing functionality.
      
      This avoids the need to use `opt_prefix` etc. everywhere and generally
      means we don't expose an implementation detail (i.e. the full Cellar
      path) to dependents that have a habit of hard-coding it.
      a571965d
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    • Max Howell's avatar
      Refactor the brew command into one file per command · 76891028
      Max Howell authored
      The code was sucking. To the extent that maintenance was hard. It's a lot
      easier to work with code that is sensibly split at sensible boundaries. So
      now it is more like that.
      
      But the refactor is minimal. Because we don't want you to have more merge
      hell than absolutely necessary.
      
      If you merge you will need to pay attention to brew.h.rb (as it is deleted)
      and bin/brew (as command logic is gone). It will be painful, but you will just
      have to help git out by moving any changes around manually.
      
      Note compatibility.rb. It ensures that any function renames or removals don't
      break anything. We're pretty serious about backwards compatibility. And that's
      because we encourage you to hack around with the innards. And we couldn't do
      that if we would then just make stuff disappear behind your back.
      76891028