On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 04:17:21 -0700 (PDT)
Michał Urban <motivaproducti...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, I would like to ask what is depicted in git pull output:
> e.g.
> file1 | 4+-
> file2 | 272 ++++++++++++++++++++++
> file3 | 184 +++++++++++++
> file4 | 11 +-
> etc.

Git pull performs merging after fetching the data.
Merging usually changes the state of the project.
This output, for each file, shows the number of lines changed as the
result of the merge, and a simple histogram depicting the amount of
added lines ('+') compared to the amount of removed lines ('-');
the larger the set of changes applied to a file, the longer its "bar"
in the histogram.

In your case, lines were only added to files "file2" and "file3",
and files "file1" and "file4" got roughly the same number of lines
added and removed.

IOW, this histogram allows a human operator to have a quick
coarse-grained overview of what happened to the project due to the

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