On Tue, Jun 11, 2013 at 2:59 PM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Linus Torvalds <torva...@linux-foundation.org> writes:
>> This whole thread has been one long argument about totally pointless
>> things that wouldn't improve anything one way or the other. It's
>> bikeshedding of the worst kind. Just let it go.
> The proposal to move sequencer.c to builtins/sequencer.c and then
> adding a filter in Makefile to exclude so that "git-sequencer" is
> not built is "it wouldn't improve anything one way or the other".
> It is to throw in something into a set to which it does not belong,

In your opinion.

> and then working around that mistake with another kludge.

In your opinion.

You continually use absolutist rhetoric to try to convince yourself
and others that what you say is absolute 100% fact. But it's not, it's
your opinion.

> So I do not think this is not even a bikeshedding.  Just one side
> being right, and the other side continuing to repeat nonsense
> without listening.

George W. Bush said history would prove him right, but saying so
doesn't make it so. At least he had the decency to acknowledge that
other people had different valid opinions.

builtin/lib.a makes perfect sense, and it's the first logical step in
moving libgit.a towards libgit2.

Felipe Contreras
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