On Thu, 2005-07-28 at 15:20 -0500, Darrin Thompson wrote:
> In the tutorial the user is instructed to create two files: a and b.
> 
> Then when the user diffs the files, they see this:
> 
> diff --git a/a b/a
> 
> That really confused somebody and I had to untangle their brain. :-) I
> don't have a patch for it, but thought I'd point out: perhaps a and b
> aren't the best example filenames given git's diff format. :-D
> 

Note: I've been fielding a few questions while some Progeny folks get up
to speed on git.

I had to explain what was meant by <tree-ish> in some usage messages.
Perhaps those should be spelled out as "tree, tag, or commit id"?

[Sorry this is a whine and not a patch.]

--
Darrin


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