"Kyle J. McKay" <mack...@gmail.com> writes:
>> A solid wall of text is somewhat hard to read, so I'd queue the
>> equivalent of the following "git diff -w" output on top.
> Can I send out the change as a 'fixup!' patch? Or do I need to send a
> new v9 patch series with the documentation update?
If you are OK with splitting it into two paragraphs with the
"longest" clarification tweak (the "patch" I showed you), just
saying so and I can squash ;-) so there is no need to resend.
>> diff --git a/Documentation/config.txt b/Documentation/config.txt
>> index c418adf..635ed5d 100644
>> --- a/Documentation/config.txt
>> +++ b/Documentation/config.txt
>> @@ -1521,9 +1521,11 @@ http.<url>.*::
>> path portion is an exact match or a prefix that matches at a "/"
>> boundary. If <url> does not include a user name, it will match a url
>> with any username otherwise the user name must match as well (the
>> - password part, if present in the url, is always ignored).
>> Longer <url>
>> - path matches take precedence over shorter matches no matter
>> what order
>> - they occur in. For example, if both
>> path" and
>> + password part, if present in the url, is always ignored). A <url>
>> + with longer path matches take precedence over shorter matches
>> no matter
>> + what order they occur in the configuration file.
>> +For example, if both "https://u...@example.com/path" and
>> "https://example.com/path/name" are used as a config <url> value and
>> then "https://u...@example.com/path/name/here" is passed to a git
>> command, the settings in the "https://example.com/path/name" section
... which essentially is your "OK" ;-)
>> I am not yet convinced that the precedence rule specified in this
>> what we want (I do not have an example why it is *not* what we want,
>> either). Another definition could be "if user@ is present in the
>> request, give lower precedence to config entries for the site
>> without user@ than entries with user@", and I do not have a strong
>> opinion myself which one between the two is better (and there may be
>> third and other possible rule).
> Consider this site:
> So my thinking was that having user matches take precedence over path
> length matches can result in endless additions to the config file
> (because you have to list all the other users to override a sub area
> and that could be a large list) whereas having path length matches
> take precedence over user matches will only result in a few, finite
> additions to the config file (the number of already-configured items
> with a longer path).
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