Jed Brown <> writes:

> Junio C Hamano <> writes:
>> Jed Brown <> writes:
>>> Junio C Hamano <> writes:
>>>> I suspect that it would be too late for 2.0 we want to do sometime
>>>> early next year, though.
>>> How would you manage transition from the current behavior?  Warning
>>> people to explicitly use "." or ":/" during some interim period sounds
>>> worse than just switching the default behavior.
>> "How would I"?
>> You're asking that question only because you omitted too much from
>> the quote ;-)
> I meant that if the proposed migration plan were to be "just change it
> and people will learn" (because anything more gradual would actually be
> worse for users) then is it really too late for Git-2.0?

I do not know it that is even a workable plan, but I need to sleep
on it and then hear opinion from others, but in general, if anybody
needs to ask if it is too late, then it already is.

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