On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 9:45 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Jacob Keller <jacob.e.kel...@intel.com> writes:
>>> We probably should release for the error case. I'll do that. I don't
>>> believe do_submodule_path ensures that the passed in argument is
>>> guaranteed to not be initialized or used.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jake
>> Here's the squash for this fix.
> It seems that the topic has been quiet since the message I am
> responding to.  Have all the issues been resolved, or are there
> still some loose ends to be hashed out?
> Hoping that the answer is "the former", I'll mark this topic as
> "Waiting for a reroll."
> Thanks.

As far as I know they have. You mentioned a few nits in one comment,
but then said you had a re-worded message that you queued so I assumed
those nits were all squashed in. If that's correct, and you already
applied my squash for the strbuf leak I think we're good and I had
nothing coming in a future re-roll based on looking at what you have
queued in your jk/diff-submodule-inline-diff branch.


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