That didn't come out clearly. Restating:
On Thu, 2005-08-25 at 16:10 -0500, Darrin Thompson wrote:
> Could git-read-tree -m 3-args be made smart enough to treat a 0 as arg 1
> as an implicit empty tree?
Could git-read-tree -m treat an argument of "0" as an implicit empty
tree? It mainly seems useful as the first arg in the three arg -m form.
> Once that is done, git octopus will be able to handle the no merge base
Once that is done, git octopus could _optionally_ handle the "I can't
find a merge base" case by passing 0 as the merge base to git-read-tree.
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