On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 2:28 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> Now that's the kind of whole-hearted endorsement I strive for. :)
It's nothing wrong with your patch, the main problem is that there's
not really a good place to point users at.
> If you have better wording, I'm open to it. I do note that we don't
> actually have a manpage for "git-remote-https", though we do for others.
> Probably "man git-remote-helpers" is the most sensible thing to point
> the user to. But I don't even think this is worthy of a big advice
> message. It's a bug in the helper, it shouldn't really happen, and
> giving the user a token they can use to report or google for the error
> is probably good enough.
Yeah, exactly. man git-remote-helpers is more a place for developers
to read how to implement a git-remote-helper, not so much a place for
users to read what they are, and/or how to use them.
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