Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 03:23:54AM -0500, Felipe Contreras wrote:
> > There is evidence for the claim that there won't be those problems. You have
> > absolutely no evidence there there will.
> It's clear that you've not been able to produce evidence that can
> convince most of the people on this thread.
Which only proves you don't want to be convinced, no evidence could convince
> I don't even think we need to query the user to fill out all of the
> fields. We can prepopulate a lot of the fields (name, e-mail address,
> etc.) from OS specific defaults that are available on most systems ---
> specifically, the default values we would use the name and e-mail
> address are not specified in a config file.
Most systems don't have a configured $EMAIL, so those defautls would be wrong.
It's so evident that no evide could convince you that you don't even bothere to
answer my question:
Why does Mercurial, Bazaar, Subversion, CVS, and pretty much everything uses
Since you are conveniently not answering, I'll answer for you:
Because such hypothetical problems wouldn't actually occur in reality with Git,
just like they don't occur in other tools.
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