Robert Luberda <rob...@debian.org> wrote:
> Junio C Hamano wrote:
> > Eric Wong <normalper...@yhbt.net> writes:
> >> I think having "svn" in "svn.trimsvnlog" twice is redundant and not ideal.
> >> Perhaps just --trim-log and svn.trimlog?
> > Do we ever want to trim "our" log when relaying the Git commits back
> > to subversion? Having "svn" in "trimsvnlog" makes it clear that the
> > logs from subversion side is getting trimmed.
> `git commit' already trims the messages (except for removing the leading
> whitespaces from the first non-whitespace-only line) and git svn doesn't
> change that.
> The new option affects the way the messages are imported from svn to
> git, with one exception when the --add-author-from option of dcommit is
> used (in which case it may skip adding an extra new line character
> before the `From: ' line). For that reason --trim-svn-log might be a
> better name.
OK. I now agree --trim-svn-log is a better name :>
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