Ralf Thielow wrote:

> I've fetched from the current git.git on GitHub minutes ago and got a
> segfault. I could reproduce it with the Git version of the current "next" 
> branch
> ( with the steps below. The segfault does not appear with
> version 1.8.5.

Yep, I can reproduce this.

  (gdb) bt
  #0  next_quote_pos (s=0x0, maxlen=-1) at quote.c:168
  #1  0x00000000004ca2bb in quote_c_style_counted (name=0x0, maxlen=-1, 
sb=0x7fffffffe290, fp=0x0, no_dq=0) at quote.c:215
  #2  0x00000000004fd4c0 in set_helper_option (transport=<optimized out>, 
name=0x525f89 "depth", value=0x0) at transport-helper.c:307
  #3  0x00000000004fb57f in transport_set_option (transport=0x7d5740, 
name=<optimized out>, value=0x0) at transport.c:1004
  #4  0x000000000042de10 in backfill_tags (ref_map=0x806a50, 
transport=0x7d5740) at builtin/fetch.c:791

It's fallout from 0f284b11 (transport: catch non positive --depth
option value, 2013-11-26).
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