On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 1:27 PM, Diego Lago González
<diego.lago.gonza...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Writing this data into the message, the user is forced to write it in the
> correct format (I think is better to write key=value pairs as an option
> instead of writing as message lines with spaces in key, between key and
> equal sign and value, and other mistakes). And is simpler to parse these
> attributes than the message itself.

the interpret-trailers series Christian Couder is cooking in 'pu'
should handle this.

> And, what if the log message is seen from the command line instead of our CI
> front-end? Why the CLI user (for example) should see information that does
> not need or does not want to see?

which is why git-log (and all other porcelain commands) should learn
to hide the value part (but not the key part).
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