David Kastrup wrote:
> As you can see, the first message starting with "error: could not apply"
> outputs a reasonable rendition of the commit summary line.  However, the
> final "Could not apply" message (starting with a capital C) converts
> instances of \t to a tab.

To get you started:

  $ git grep "could not apply"
  sequencer.c=475=static int do_pick_commit(struct commit *commit,
  sequencer.c:628:                      : _("could not apply %s... %s"),

  $ git grep "Could not apply"
  git-rebase--interactive.sh=431=die_failed_squash() {
  git-rebase--interactive.sh:436: warn "Could not apply $1... $2"
  git-rebase--interactive.sh=460=do_pick () {
  git-rebase--interactive.sh:476: die_with_patch $1 "Could not apply $1... $2"
  git-rebase--interactive.sh:479: die_with_patch $1 "Could not apply $1... $2"

So, it's the shell script.  Now, read about shell escaping [1] and
submit a patch.


[1]: http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/escapingsection.html
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