On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 1:50 PM, Dave Bradley <dbradl...@bell.net> wrote:
> I’m very new to ‘git’ github. I reported the #178 issue in github and the
> issue has been closed, I believe this means no further discussion.
When you say "the #178 issue in github", you really mean "issue #178
for Git for Windows on GitHub", available at
https://github.com/msysgit/git/issues/178 for those interested.
That issue tracker is for the Windows port of Git for Windows. It's
intended to track breakages in Git for Windows compared to Git on, say
Linux. It's not a general issue tracker for problems with Git. Still,
it seems a lot of people think "I downloaded Git for Windows, and
here's something that didn't work the way I expected it to, I'll file
a bug". Those kinds of bug-reports usually gets closed quickly, as
it's outside the scope of Git for Windows to decide how Git should
behave - we try to make it behave consistently between Windows and
This is indeed the right forum to address your issue. So thank you for
moving the discussion here.
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