On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 1:16 PM, Alexander Gladysh <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> $ git --version
> git version 1.6.0.GIT
> $ git gui --version
> git-gui version 0.11.GITGUI
> I like 'stage hunk for commit' feature in Git Gui, but often it gives
> me an error message box:
> fatal: git-apply: bad git-diff - inconsistent old filename on line 4
Please advise how should I formulate this question to get an answer. I
understand that it is hard to say something on the subject with that
little info I provide, but anyway. I'm encountering this problem on
roughly every fifth commit, and it is quite annoying, since I've got
used to small feature-based per-chunk commits.
Does anyone else encounter this kind of error? Any debugging advice?
Perhaps I can instrument git gui with logging somewhere (dump diffs
for example). (I have no experience with TCL though.)
If error appears for single file diff, it would be reproduced each
time I try to stage hunk from that diff. I have one such uncommitted
diff now (can't send it, sorry), please advise what can I do to debug
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