On 14 June 2013 18:54, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
> Stefan Haller <ste...@haller-berlin.de> writes:
>> On Mac OS X, any application that is started from the Terminal will open
>> behind all running applications; as a work-around, manually bring ourselves
>> to the front. (Stolen from gitk, commit 76bf6ff93e.)
>> We do this as the very first thing, so that any message boxes that might pop
>> up during the rest of the startup sequence are actually seen by the user.
>> Signed-off-by: Stefan Haller <ste...@haller-berlin.de>
> Pat, is there any progress on this? I do not mind, and I actually
> would prefer, a pull request early in the development cycle.
yep - I applied this and a couple of others and sent up a pull request
now. I see there are some commits in git's tree that I don't have on
this side so I'll merge those in here shortly.
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