Hello, Git versions tested: 2.13.6, 2.1.4
When passing-in a large context value for the --unified option for git-diff, Git will produce an invalid-looking range information for hunks. For example, if running 'git diff --unified=10 HEAD^', the output will include (this is just a run against my local git repo): @@ -42,23 +42,23 @@ master_doc = 'index' Note the numbers for denoting begin/end line etc "look fine"(they're within the expected numeric range). Now, if we pass on a big value to it (2 to the power of 32 divided by 2, e.g. enough so that signed long int can't hold it without overflowing), e.g. 'git diff --unified=2147483648 HEAD^', the output will include (again, just a sample): @@ -2147483700,4294967295- +2147483700,4294967295- @@ Note that the begin/end line numbers are way out of range. The diff itself will actually contain no context lines. Best regards -- Branko Majic XMPP: bra...@majic.rs Please use only Free formats when sending attachments to me. Бранко Мајић XMPP: bra...@majic.rs Молим вас да додатке шаљете искључиво у слободним форматима.
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