Duy Nguyen <pclo...@gmail.com> writes:
> On Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 1:15 AM, Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> wrote:
>> I am guessing that, even though this was discovered during the
>> development of list-files, is a fix applicable outside the context
>> of that series.
>> I do think the patched result is an improvement than the status quo,
>> but at the same time, I find it insufficient in the context of the
>> whole codepath. What if errno were other than ENOENT and we were
>> told to show_deleted (with or without show_modified)? We would end
>> up saying the path was deleted and modified at the same time, when
>> we do not know either is or is not true at all, because of the
>> failure to lstat() the path.
>> Wouldn't it be saner to add tag_unknown and do something like this
>> instead, I wonder?
> Or even better to show an error message when the error code is
> unexpected? The unkown tag '!' says "there are problems" but if it
> shows up sort of permanently, '!' won't help much, I think.
I am OK with that approach, but then one question remains: should we
say it is deleted, modified, both, or neither?
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