On Mon, Feb 04, 2013 at 01:16:08AM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> I think this really boils down to where we draw the "this is good
> enough" line. I am not sure if losing the file as in $gmane/215211
> is common enough to be special cased to buy us much, while leaving
> other ".depend/foo.o.d was updated to contain a wrong info" cases
> still broken.
Hmm. Yeah, I was thinking it might be more common than ordinary munging
due to something like an interrupted "git clean -x". But given that:
1. As far as I can tell, it is not a situation that can happen through
regular use of checkout/make/etc, and...
2. We have zero reports of it happening in practice (I only discovered
it while explicitly trying to break the Makefile), and...
3. It is just one of many possible breakages, all of which can be
fixed by "git clean -dx" if you suspect issues...
let's just leave it. Thanks for a sanity check.
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