Eric Sunshine <sunsh...@sunshineco.com> writes:
>> + grep "remote-helper doesn.t support push; refspec needed" error
> Is "doesn.t" intentional? It certainly works by accident in grep, but
> did you mean s/doesn.t/doesn't/ ?
The pattern matching the expected string is not by accident, but by
It of course can be made more strict to reject "doesnot" and require
"doesn't" by doing something like this:
grep "remote-helper doesn'\''t support push; refspec needed" error
but at some point, it simply stops being worth it to tighten the
For that matter, it could be as loose as
grep "support push; refspec needed" error
if you know the string is unique enough.
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