On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 02:24:01PM +0200, Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> > $ echo https://u...@example.com | git credential ident
> > protocol=https
> > host=example.com
> > username=user
> > since I had no use for it, but it would obviously be an easy one-liner
> > to write (it's just "fill" without the actual fill call).
> I was thinking the same, except I would have spelled it "git credential
> parse" (but ident is fine too). On the perl side, that would allow
> getting a credential hash very simply (but it was already simple in
> perl, and made useless by your code).
I wanted to give it some name that meant "pass-through" rather than just
parse, in case we add more magic attributes later. I meant "ident" to be
like "mathematical identity", but in the context of a credential tool,
it is probably somewhat ambiguous. :)
Anyway, the fact that we can just do the parsing as part of the "fill"
means we don't need it for now, so I'll leave it until somebody really
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