Brandon Casey <> writes:

> On Mon, Aug 6, 2012 at 11:03 PM, Jeff King <> wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 06, 2012 at 10:44:07PM -0700, Brandon Casey wrote:
>>> Anyone else? :)
>> Sorry to gang up on you. :)
> Heh. :b
>> I still think your 2/2 is worth doing independently, though. It is silly
>> that git-prune will not mention pruned objects without "-v", but will
>> mention temporary files. They should be in the same category.
> As I mentioned in an earlier message, I think the original thinking
> was that removing a temporary object should be an unusual occurrence
> that indicates a failure of some sort, so you want to inform the user
> who may want to investigate (of course the file's gone, so what's to
> investigate).  Removing a stale object file on the other hand is just
> part of the normal operation.  That is why the former is always
> printed out and the latter only when -v is used.

That matches my understanding, modulo "may want to investigate" is
probably more like "may want to be reminded of an earlier repack
that was aborted".

> That was the original thinking, but I don't think it matters very
> much.  Printing both using the same conditions seems valid.

Yeah, I agree that it does not make much difference either way and
both ways of thinking feel equally valid.

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