Am 10/16/2013 1:57, schrieb Jonathan Nieder:
> Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> You just made these two that the user clearly meant to express two
>> different things indistinguishable.
>> -S
>> -S ''
> [...]
>> And that is exactly why gitcli.txt tells users to use the 'sticked'
>> form, and ends the bullet point with:
>>    An option that takes optional option-argument must be written in
>>    the 'sticked' form.
> Yes, another possibility in that vein would be to teach rev-parse
> --parseopt an OPTIONS_LONG_STICKED output format, and then parse with

Aren't you people trying to solve something that can't besolved? What does

  git commit -S LICENSE

mean? Commit the index and sign with the key-id "LICENSE" or commit just
the file "LICENSE" with the default key-id?

-- Hannes
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