On 04/26/2014 02:12 PM, tolga ceylan wrote:
Yes, when git-p4 runs git-apply to test the patch, this fails
due to abbreviated blob object names. I think git-apply requires
full object names for binary patches.

This looks like a straightforward change, but can you give a
bit more background on why a full index is required?  Do you
mean that "git apply" will reject a patch with abbreviated
blob object names?

        -- Pete

This is the error message git-apply emits in this case:

error: cannot apply binary patch to '<filename>' without full index line
error: <filename>: patch does not apply

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