On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 2:57 PM, Michael J Gruber
<g...@drmicha.warpmail.net> wrote:
> It might be difficult to implement, but I'm sorry I can't follow the
> argumentation above at all; it's not based on what we do in other places
> and other cases.

My point is, what's so special about --git-dir? what about
--work-tree, or "commit -F path"? It's hard to draw a line there.
Config files are a special case, because git is the only one that
reads the file. "~" expansion depends on shell setting. If users turn
it off, they may be surprised that "~foo" is turned to /home/foo while
they really mean "~foo". Warning is the only sensible thing we could
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