On Wed, 31 Aug 2005, Catalin Marinas wrote:
> Daniel Barkalow <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I got mostly done with this before Linus mentioned the possibility of
> > having multiple index entries in the same stage for a single path. I
> > finished it anyway, but I'm not sure that we won't want to know which of
> > the common ancestors contributed which, and, if some of them don't have a
> > path, we wouldn't be able to tell.
> I don't have time to look at the patch and I don't have a good
> knowledge of the GIT internals, so I will just ask. Does this patch
> changes the call convention for git-merge-one-file-script? I have my
> own script for StGIT and I would need to know whether it is affected
> or not.
Nope, it only changes the trivial merge calling convention within
read-tree.c; I think it's plausible that we might like to add information
at some point, but the short-term goal is just to prevent a few bad cases
in trivial merges.
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