My automatic pull this morning produced the following messages, which
seem to indicate that something's up with git pull now.
> MOTD: Welcome to the Linux Kernel Archive.
> MOTD: Due to U.S. Exports Regulations, all cryptographic software on this
> MOTD: site is subject to the following legal notice:
> MOTD: This site includes publicly available encryption source code
> MOTD: which, together with object code resulting from the compiling of
> MOTD: publicly available source code, may be exported from the United
> MOTD: States under License Exception "TSU" pursuant to 15 C.F.R. Section
> MOTD: 740.13(e).
> MOTD: This legal notice applies to cryptographic software only.
> MOTD: Please see the Bureau of Industry and Security,
> MOTD: http://www.bis.doc.gov/ for more information about current
> MOTD: U.S. regulations.
> rsync: link_stat "/linux/kernel/people/torvalds/sparse.git/tags" (in pub)
> failed: No such file or directory (2)
> rsync error: some files could not be transferred (code 23) at main.c(723)
> client: nothing to do: perhaps you need to specify some filenames or the
> --recursive option?
> New branch: 945a2562ee9e632bc6b3399fd49e028c39d19023
> Tracked branch, applying changes...
> Fast-forwarding 945a2562ee9e632bc6b3399fd49e028c39d19023 ->
> on top of 945a2562ee9e632bc6b3399fd49e028c39d19023...
> gitdiff.sh: trying to diff 67607f05a66e36b2f038c77cfb61350d2110f7e8 against
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