Jiang Xin <worldhello....@gmail.com> writes:

> 2013/8/26 Jeremy Rosen <jeremy.ro...@openwide.fr>:
>> nitpicking, but shouldn't this be worded as "up to date" rather than 
>> "identical" ?
>> The reason is that identical gives the idea that the two branch happen to be 
>> on the same
>> commit wheras "up to date" gives the idea that there is a special 
>> relationship between
>> these two particular branches. We are not just listing all branches on the 
>> same
>> commit as us, we are actively telling you about this branch because it's 
>> interesting
>> to you.
> That's better. I want to use 'up to date' in the beginning, but I don't know
> which prep. should be used. Now I realize I should:
>     s/identical to/up to date with/

Yeah, that, or "in sync with" which may be a bit shorter.

I'll queue with "up-to-date with", as "git grep 'up to date'" tells
me that it is less common than "git grep 'up-to-date'", for now.

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