On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 1:37 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> I was running "git bisect start pu jch" (jch is a branch I do not
> push out everywhere that is somewhere in the middle of
> "master..pu"), and then after bisection finished, saw this:
>     $ git branch --with 66887099e096f0258a5ef3b1e7458748597bdffe
>     * (no branch, bisecting jch)
>       nd/magic-pathspecs
>       pu
> which is obviously bogus.  I only said "I know the tip of pu is bad
> and the tip of jch is good".  If anything, I was bisecting the
> breakage in 'pu', not in 'jch'.
> I think the message should better say "before you started to bisect
> you were on 'jch'" or something instead.

How about

* (no branch, bisect started on jch)

then? I don't want to make it too long because it'll waste space in
column layout.
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