On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 7:48 PM, Felipe Contreras
> On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 3:06 PM, Phil Hord <phil.h...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 2:50 PM, Felipe Contreras
>>> Yes please. Show me one of the instances where you hit a bisect with
>>> any of the remote-hg commits mentioned above by Thomas Rast.
>> I made no such claim. In fact, I have never bisected to any
>> remote-hg-related commit. I fail to see the relevance of this
>> qualifier, though.
> Here, this is what you said:
>>> [skipping irrelevant comments]
>>> I'm sorry, did you actually hit an issue that required to look at the
>>> commit message to understand where the issue came from? No? Then I
>>> won't bother with hypotheticals.
>>> If you want to waste your time, by all means, rewrite all my commit
>>> messages with essays that nobody will ever read. I'm not going to do
>>> that for some hypothetical case that will never happen. I'm not going
>>> to waste my time.
>> This is not a hypothetical.
> If something is not hypothetical, it's real, which means it actually
> happened, but then you said you never made the claim that it did. So
> what is it?
I bisected to a commit whose commit message helped me deduce its entirety.
Your fanciful interpretation, which I denied:
"Show me one of the instances where you hit a bisect with
any of the remote-hg commits mentioned above by Thomas Rast."
I have never bisected to any commit related to remote-hg, and neither
did I ever claim to. I do not know where you got such a ridiculous
qualifier as this to append to my statement.
> Either it did happen, or it didn't;
It did. Where "it" is my actual claim, that I bisected to a commit
whose commit message helped me deduce its entirety.
But also, it didn't, where "it" is your preposterous interpretation of
my interest and/or experiences with remote-hg commits.
You seem only to want to argue, Felipe. I have neither time nor
interest in pig-wrestling, myself.
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