On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 4:10 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Then the user cannot say
> git stash save some message that consists of multiple words
> no? You may have a WIP to enhance the behaviour of one option and
> you might want to say
> git stash save wip: tweak behaviour of --keep-index
> to save it away when switching to higher priority task.
In this case (which must be rarer than --keep-index intended as a
parameter) the user gets the error message, the problem is pretty
clear, and the workaround is very easy, quote the message:
git stash save "wip: tweak behaviour of --keep-index"
... which also is more conventional on the command line.
To minimize the behavior change, it could apply solely for the case of
known parameters to this command (like --keep-index), so that:
git stash save wip: tweak behaviour of --froob-nob
would still work like before. That's less consistent, but then again,
this is just a matter of catching very likely errors to avoid lost
Expressing a multi-word message without quotes on the command line is
unconventional (in general, though maybe not in the use of git-stash)
so it seems reasonable to let that usage be the one that gets
(Sorry about the initial reply to you alone Junio)
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