Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> Traditionally, because the tool grew in a context of being used in a
> project whose participants are at least not malicious, always having
> to be on the lookout for fear of middle-of-line tabs hiding bad
> contents near the right edges of lines has never been an issue.
My beef is not with "hiding bad contents" but with "hiding contents".
It makes the output useless for seeing what is actually happening as
soon as the option starts having an effect.
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