Junio C Hamano wrote:
> I'd hate to see any Git developers running with advice turned off
> for this exact reason.
Improving advice is your itch, but it is certainly not my itch. I
don't want to see messages like "Commit your changes or stash them",
or "try --continue | --skip | --abort" cluttering up my valuable
terminal output when I know what to do. I don't care how they can be
made "better", because I don't want to see them in the first place.
You should have nothing against me for running with all advice turned
off. It's not your job to dictate how a software should be used, but
rather design it so that intended usage is the most intuitive.
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