Jeff King <> writes:

> and assume that it will fail. It doesn't. Solaris happily renames
> some-file to a regular file named "no-such-dir". So we fail later during
> the index-update, complaining about adding the entry "no-such-dir/", but
> still exit(0) at the end. I'm mostly willing to just call Solaris crazy
> for allowing the rename (Linux returns ENOTDIR), but I do wonder if
> the index codepath could be improved (and especially to return an
> error).

I think j6t has a patch for that, a8933469 (mv: let 'git mv file
no-such-dir/' error out on Windows, too, 2014-01-08).

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