Michael J Gruber <g...@drmicha.warpmail.net> writes:
> My point is that we apply textconv on "log diff greps" already, so why
> should't we on content greps?
I think you are going in circles. If you start from "textconv is
about mangling blob contents", then it would look natural to you
that "show <blob>", "diff A B", and "grep <pattern> <blob>" would
all first mangle the blob contents using textconv and then work on
But diff.<driver>.textconv is to mangle blob contents in preparation
for comparing with another.
That is why you explicitly ask "cat-file --textconv" to use the same
mangling even when you are not comparing it with anything else.
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