On Sat, 16 Apr 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> I am wondering if you have a particular reason not to do the
> same for the removing half.

No. Except for me being silly.

Please just make it so.

> Also do you have any comments on this one from the same message?
>  * read-tree
>    - When merging two trees, i.e. "read-tree -m A B", shouldn't
>      we collapse identical stage-1/2 into stage-0?

How do you actually intend to merge two trees? 

That sounds like a total special case, and better done with "diff-tree".  
But regardless, since I assume the result is the later tree, why do a 
"read-tree -m A B", since what you really want is "read-tree B"?

The real merge always needs the base tree, and I'd hate to complicate the 
real merge with some special-case that isn't relevant for that real case.

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