On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 02:47:01PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> And I do agree that the "chopped marker" would be a very sensible
> thing to show in the "-S" output; I would have chosen "$" myself for
> that to match an existing practice in (setq truncate-lines t) in
> Emacs, though.
Hmm. I do not use Emacs, but I explicitly avoided "$" because of its
end-of-line connotations. E.g., in "cat -A" it means the opposite: this
is the real "\n" end-of-line. But if there's existing precedent for "$",
that would be fine with me.
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