On Thu, Apr 04, 2013 at 04:12:01PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> > Deleting across symlinks inside the repo can be brushed aside with "eh,
> > well, it is just another way to mention the same name in the
> > filesystem". But deleting anything outside of the repo seems actively
> > wrong.
> Yup, you finally caught up ;-) IIRC, such an outside repository
> target was the case people realized that "git add" shouldn't see
> across symlinks.
It would help if you spelled it out rather than making me come to it
while arguing against you. ;P
> > Hmm. I think you have convinced me (or perhaps I have convinced myself)
> > that we should generally not be crossing symlink boundaries in
> > translating names between the filesystem and index. I still don't want
> > to work on it, though. :)
> That is OK. Just let's not etch a wrong behaviour in stone with
> that test.
So let's drop patch 3. Do we want instead to have an expect_failure
documenting the correct behavior?
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