Hello All,

If I did 'git diff HEAD^..HEAD -- file' should git not report some
kind of warning if it could not match the file? For example, if 'file'
were infact 'dir/file' and 'file' were unique, would it not be a good
idea to report that in the present working directory 'file' were not
found but 'dir/file' were a match?

Apologies if I missed this in the man page.


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