Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> Jonathan Nieder <jrnie...@gmail.com> writes:
>> Am I really the only one that doesn't see the "--print" change as
>> hiding an option and sees burying "tracking" in the text as
>> qualitatively different?
> Sorry, but I do not understand the question.
> We are hiding/burying the "--print" option to make it clear that it
> is not a member with the same footing as others belonging to the
> group of options to the command. It is accepted, but there is no
> reason for the user to choose it over --normalize.
> We want to make sure that "tracking" does not appear as if it is a
> member of the pull.default set with equal rights as others. It is
> accepted, but there is no reason for the user to choose it over
Now I re-read the proposed update, I think it is an improvement over
a straight revert in that it makes it clear that 'tracking' does not
belong, but I still think it is better to make it a sidenote to the
'upstream'. It makes the connection between the two stronger.
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