Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Any time you say "This means that", "More precisely", etc. please
> check if you can rewrite it to lose everything before them (i.e. a
> vague sentence that needs to be clarified may not have to be there
> at all).
Right. I thought both are necessary in this case: the first sentence
gives easy information to a first-timer. For someone who has played
with it a bit, and wants to know more: the second line.
>> +It is often useful when you're looking for an exact string (like a
>> +function prototype), and want to know the history of that string since
>> +it first came into being.
> I think you should remind that the most useful case (and indeed the
> intended one) is for "an exact string" to be a multi-line "block of
> text". People often get a (wrong) impression from the word "string"
> that it is meant to be used with a single-liner.
Yes, I've been meaning to discuss that. I've been having some trouble
with multi-line strings: zsh doesn't insert a TAB in the next line.
The workaround I have is to write a shell script and execute that.
How do you do it?
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