Eric Freese <> writes:

> However, this still prints an empty line for each ref that does not match the
> condition. This can be cleaned up by piping through `grep .`, but what would
> you think of adding a new optional flag to git-for-each-ref to prevent it from
> printing empty expanded format strings?

Offhand I do not think of a reason why anybody wants to give a
format that results in a total blank, so it might not even need to
be an optional behaviour, but certainly a new option that triggers
such a behaviour would be a safe thing to add.

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