Jeff King <> writes:

> Hmm. I would have thought --no-short would just set it to LONG. That is,
> we are no longer NONE at that point, as the user has told us something
> on the command line. So we are whatever --no-short is, which is LONG.
> But I guess that would wreck
>   git status --no-short -z
> which currently defaults to porcelain. Which, to be honest, seems a
> little crazy to me, but I guess there is no reason to break it.
> I am just trying to prevent the future maintenance confusion where a
> reader of the code says "Huh? What is the difference between NONE and

Yeah, I share your sentiment, but I did not think of a better way to
do this without unnecessarily changing behaviour.

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