On Sa 17 Nov 2012 20:35:09 CET, Junio C Hamano wrote:
Patrick Lehner <lehner.patr...@gmx.de> writes:
But just because mv's error essage isnt very good, does that mean git
mv's error message mustn't be better?
Did I say the error message from 'mv' was not very good in the
message you are responding to (by the way, this is why you should
never top-post when you are responding to a message on this list)?
I meant to say that the message from 'mv' is good enough, so is the
one given by 'git mv'.
I wouldn't reject a patch that updates our message to something more
informative without looking at it, though.
I apologize for top-posting -- I don't usually use mailing lists and am
not aware of the usual netiquette.
And yes, I did interpret a bit more into your reply than was there.
I wouldn't call the 'mv' error message "good enough" in this case, but
very well, opinions may very well differ. Unfortunately, I have no time
to get into the git code and contribution guidelines, so I cannot
submit a patch myself. I would appreciate if someone else who shares my
sentiment and knows their way around the git source a bit could find
the time to add this :)
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