On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 9:47 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> When you see 78 in the output and you know you have 92 tags in the
> repository, is that sufficient to let you go on, or do we also need
> an easy way to tell which ones are those 78 that were stripped and
> the remaining 14 were not stripped?
> There is no reason to worry about "some signed tags are stripped but
> not others", so it feels that the number alone should be sufficient,
> I guess.  If those remaining 14 weren't stripped, that is (at least
> at the moment) by definition because they are unsigned, annotated
> tags.

Or because they were not exported? Perhaps "78 tags stripped, 92
exported in total".


Sverre Rabbelier
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