ccollins476ad commented on a change in pull request #140: newt - Repo 

 File path: newt/repo/repo.go
 @@ -596,18 +499,18 @@ func (r *Repo) Sync(vers *Version, force bool) (bool, 
error) {
                msg := "Unexpected local branch for %s: \"%s\" != \"%s\""
                if force {
-                               msg+"\n",, currBranch, branchName)
+                               msg+"\n", r.Name(), currBranch, branchName)
                } else {
-                       err = util.FmtNewtError(
-                               msg,, currBranch, branchName)
+                       err := util.FmtNewtError(
+                               msg, r.Name(), currBranch, branchName)
 Review comment:
   Since this `err` is declared in a child scope, it shadows the earlier 
declaration.  This is analogous to the C code:
   int err = 10;
   while (keep_going()) {
       int err = 20;
       /* err == 20 */
   /* err == 10 */
   I think shadowing a variable declaration can be confusing, and is probably 
best avoided.  In the case of an `err` variable, I don't think there is that 
much room for confusion, however.  Though, in this case, I don't think the 
second `err` variable should be declared at all, so I am going to change it to:
               return false, util.FmtNewtError(
                   msg, r.Name(), currBranch, branchName)

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