On Tuesday, August 7, 2012 6:23:49 PM UTC+2, coccinelle wrote:
> Here the different cases I tried:
> 1.) changing the initial line HOME="$HOMEDRIVE$HOMEPATH" to 
> Creates .gitconfig when I call git config --global user.name "Name". This 
> file contains only the user (name, email) information. Changes are seen by 
> -l.
> Commit fails with "tell me who you are".
If changes are seen by git config -l, it should work. Did you also 
configure user.email? Both name and email have to be configured for the 
warning message to go away.

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