On Sat, Aug 24, 2013 at 9:35 PM, Phil Hord <ho...@cisco.com> wrote:
> When the pathspec given to grep includes a tree name, the full
> name of matched files is assembled using colon as a separator.
> If the pathspec includes a tree name, it should use a slash
> Check if the pathspec already names a tree and ref (including
> a colon) and use a slash if so.
I think I used lots of wrong terminology there. What do I call these
HEAD:path is a tree.
HEAD is a commit name.
Maybe like this?
When a tree is given to grep, the full name of matched files
is assembled using colon as a separator.
If the tree name includes an object name, as in
HEAD:some/path, it should use a slash instead.
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