On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 11:49 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
>> The only problem I see is, without the version string, there's no way
>> to know if "**" is supported. Old git versions will happily take "**"
>> and interpret as "*". When you advise someone to use "**" you might
>> need to add "check if you have this version of git". This problem does
>> not exist with pathspec magic like :(glob)
> OK, so what do we want to do when we do the real "USE_WILDMATCH"
> that is not the current experimental curiosity? Use ":(wild)" or
I don't think we need to support two different sets of wildcards in
the long run. I'm thinking of adding ":(glob)" with WM_PATHNAME.
Pathspec without :(glob) still uses the current wildcards (i.e. no
FNM_PATHNAME). At some point, like 2.0, we either switch the behavior
of patterns-without-:(glob) to WM_PATHNAME, or just disable wildcards
when :(glob) is not present.
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