On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 4:52 PM, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 26, 2013 at 10:13:14PM +0200, Johannes Sixt wrote:
>> Am 26.08.2013 21:56, schrieb Jeff King:
>> > Also, prevent the delimiter being added twice, as happens now in these
>> > examples:
>> > git grep -l foo HEAD:
>> > HEAD::some/path/to/foo.txt
>> > ^
>> Which one of these two does it print then?
> It should (and does) print the latter.
> But I do note that our pathspec handling for subdirectories seems buggy.
> If you do:
> $ cd Documentation
> $ git grep -l foo | head -1
> that's fine; we limit to the current directory. But then if you do:
> $ git grep -l foo HEAD | head -1
> we still limit to the current directory, but the output does not note
> this (it should be "HEAD:./RelNotes/220.127.116.11.txt"). I think this bug is
> orthogonal to Phil's patch, though.
Maybe not. My path completes the assumption that the L:R value
returned by grep is an object ref; but Junio still thought it wasn't.
I think this is another case where his view was correct.
There's more bad news on this front.
$ cd Documentation
$ git grep -l foo HEAD .. | head -1
That's not a valid ref, either (though maybe it could be).
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