On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> I am not yet convinced "one variable per GNU program" is the
> right way to do (I do agree it is a problem and I appreciate
> your trying to solving it; an obvious alternative cop-out would
> be to fix this in the user's environment, but there might be a
> saner solution)
Yes. As you say, if we do this (and I think it's so ugly that I'm not
convinced we want to), it should be done in git-sh-setup-script _once_
instead of editing every single script.
Most everything includes git-sh-setup-script anyway by now.
However, what are the features that break the default apple tools anyway?
Maybe we should avoid using them? OSX clearly comes with "cp" and "xargs"
regardless, what are the flags that don't work with their cruddy versions?
[ Rant mode on: ..and who the hell is the idiot at Apple who includes the
old crappy BSD stuff? They already use gcc, so it's totally pointless to
have a NIH thing, when the GNU utilities are just _better_. Maybe
somebody can ask Apple to get with the program and not live in the dark
ages any more. ]
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