Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> napisał:
>Yeah, it is easy to say that
> git log -- A ':(exclude)A/B' A/B/C
>has two positive (A, A/B/C) and one negative (A/B), and then the
>most specific one A/B/C matches a path A/B/C/D and hence A/B/C/D is
>But to actually _design_ it, there are ambiguities that makes
>understanding and explaining the semantics, especially given
>pathspecs can have wildcards, icase matches, etc. For example, is
>":(exclude,icase)A/B/?" more specific than "A/?/C" or less?
What about simply iterating over options in order in which they are specified
and the last option that matches specifies the result?
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