On Sun, Feb 10, 2013 at 02:08:48PM -0800, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> For everyday interactive configuration editing, config files have some
> good advantages:
>  - The settings are easy to read, well organized, and all in one place
>  - The file can include comments.

I'm convinced, although the settings are in at least three places
(--system, --global, and --local).  Throwing in the XDG stuff stirs up
the file locations, but it's probably safe to assume (at the moment),
that anyone going that route knows what they're doing ;).  If we just
assume `.git/config` and `~/.gitconfig` we should be pretty safeā€¦

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