On Sat, Mar 22, 2014 at 06:15:50PM +0100, René Scharfe wrote:
> This series allows the options -i/--regexp-ignore-case, --pickaxe-regex,
> and -S to be used together and work as expected to perform a pickaxe
> search using case-insensitive regular expression matching. Its first
> half refactors the test script and extends test coverage a bit while
> we're at it. The actual change is in the sixth patch. It enables the
> two following cleanups. The last two patches are independent simple
This all looks very nice.
Upon reading your cover letter, I wondered if somebody would ever want
case-sensitive "--grep", but case-insensitive pickaxe (or vice versa).
However, you are not adding case-insensitivity to -G/-S, but rather
applying it more consistently. So I think that ship has already sailed
anyway (and even if it did not, I think applying "-i" everywhere makes
the interface simpler for the common cases, so the loss of flexibility
may be worth it).
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