Øystein Walle <oys...@gmail.com> writes:
> However, when specifying a format string it's just a matter of ending
> the format string in '%00' and you're good to go. But then you get the
> null byte *and* a newline. And with your proposal there would be no way
> of saying you want neither.
I very well understand that. All other commands that support "-z"
to give you NUL terminated output do not consider that a downside.
Why should for-each-ref be special?
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