On 11.11.2013 20:04, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Ken Tanzer <ken.tan...@gmail.com> writes:
>> ASCII text, with very long lines, with CRLF, CR, LF line terminators
> I am not very much surprised if such a file misbehaves, because the
> "format-patch | am" pipeline is designed to be used on patches that
> can be transferred in plain-text e-mail safely.  Long lines should
> probably be OK, but mixed CRLF, CR and LF may be problematic.
> Having said that...
>> I've confirmed with the following test case on three machines, so it
>> seems reproducible:
>> mkdir temp_test_case
>> cd temp_test_case
>> git init
>> # my file.  Sorry--couldn't find a saner link!
>> wget -O jquery-ui-1.8.custom.min.js
>> http://sourceforge.net/p/agency/code/ci/9358ea4dbe8e1540ec0b8bebfc7770f1bf8be0ec/tree/jquery-ui-1.8.custom.min.js?format=raw
>> git add jquery-ui-1.8.custom.min.js
>> git commit -m 'Adding jquery-ui'
>> git rm jquery-ui-1.8.custom.min.js
>> git commit -m 'Removing jquery-ui'
>> git format-patch HEAD~1
>> git reset --hard HEAD~1
>> git am 0001*
> ... this does not break at all for me.
> --

Here it breaks, though it doesn't break when using
         git am --ignore-whitespace 0001*

I do have this global config
regarding line endings.

I was using 1.8.5.rc1.17.g0ecd94d

Trying to understand the problem,

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