On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 12:22 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> On the other hand, if the user has bought and installed Araxis, but
> we incorrectly identify it as unusable, the user has wasted good
> money and there is no easy recourse as far as I can see in your
> If we limit the problem space by special casing Windows installation
> (e.g. check "uname -s" or something), would it make the problem
> easier to solve? Perhaps it is much more likely that the path the
> program is installed in can be safely identified with a call to
> "type --path compare" (bash is the only shell shipped in msysgit,
> isn't it?), and its output is likely to contain "/Program Files/Araxis/"
> as a substring, or something?
Yes, I could come up with basically a variant of my first version of
the patch that is limited to Windows only and uses "type --path"
instead of "which", but then again this is too non-generic for my
taste. Moreover, as I'm also using Mac OS X, I'd be interested in a
solution that works there, too.
I don't see a good (read generic and concise) solution to the issue. I
think we should just drop my patch and not waste all of our time on it
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