Miklos Vajna wrote:
> I guess that is a should-not-happen category. parse_args() calls
> setup_revisions(), and that will already die() if the argument is not a
> valid object at all.
Then why do you have an if() guarding the code? In my opinion, you
should have an else-clause that die()s with an appropriate message.
> Yes. If you would want, I could of course add test cases for two other
> cases when we already errored out and now the error message is just
> changed, but I don't think duplicating the error message strings from
> the code to the testsuite is really wanted. :-)
Nope, I'd never suggest that: this is fine. What I meant is: you
should clarify that you're fixing a bug and adding a test to guard it,
in the commit message.
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