On Wed, Aug 09, 2017 at 03:14:22PM +0200, Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason wrote:
> This whole series looks good to me. As I commented on in the thread you
> referenced in 0/4 I think this is the right trade-off, and people like
> me who occasionally compile git on older systems can just easily package
> a newer curl as well if we need it.
> My reading of the curl history/docs is that you should squash this into
> this last patch. It's code that's now dead since we require
> CURLAUTH_DIGEST_IE was added in 7.19.3, and as a comment this squash
> removes indicates CURLOPT_USE_SSL hasn't been needed since 7.16.4:
Thanks. Do you mind formatting this as a patch on top instead of a
squash? I think it's sufficiently subtle that it should be separate from
the main cleanup, which is just dropping our own internal #ifdefs.
I guess that would make reverting harder, though.