Jiang Xin <worldhello....@gmail.com> writes:
> 2012/7/23 Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com>:
>> I do not understand why many of these have Stefano's S-o-b in them.
>> If you are relaying what Stefano originally wrote, then the author
>> (i.e. "From: ") and the first S-o-b would say Stefano, and your
>> S-o-b will follow it, but that is probably not the case.
>> I'll drop the S-o-b lines for now.
> It is because Stefano offers lots of help for correcting syntax errors
> and misspellings in the original commit logs. Should I use Reviewed-by
> tag instead of S-o-b?
Yeah, I guessed that you meant reviewed-by.
> And in PATCH 3/7, there is a Ævar's S-o-b, it is because the workaround
> comes from Ævar's idea.
This one I remember the previous round, so didn't have any problem.
>> By the way, is there any existing test that needs to gain GETTEXT_POISON
>> or test_i18ncmp with this change?
> I find one test case failed, and correct it in PATCH 3/7.
That test used i18ncmp already, so the update to expected string
would be sufficient. I was worried if there were existing tests
that have been expecting that the output from am/rebase/merge would
not be i18n'ised and using "test_cmp expect actual" to compare their
output with expected result.
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