Great, this is awesome explanation - thank you!
On Tuesday, 28 June 2016 13:29:10 UTC+2, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
> On Tue, 28 Jun 2016 04:17:21 -0700 (PDT)
> > 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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