Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> writes:
> On Thu, 1 Sep 2016, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> Hopefully that [patch removing the -<pid> suffix] would help making
>> Dscho's "what are the failed tests?" logic simpler.
> Of course.
> It also makes sure that those 2 hours I spent on writing and perfecting
> the sed magic were spent in vain... ;-)
Well it is either
* the sed magic is so arcane that you'd need to spend a long time,
comparable to 2 hours you already spent, if you ever need to look
at it and figure out what it does next time you need to change
something in it.
* you are not familiar with the sed magic and you would be able to
write the same thing in 2 minutes next time if you need to adjust
it when we add -pid back later.
Either way, those 2 hours are not wasted.
I personally fall into the former category. Any sed script that
needs G, h, and x together I need to spend at least 15 minutes just
to warm myself up, as I do not work with the language that often.