On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 03:12:15AM +0000, Naumov, Michael (North Sydney) wrote:
> Some git tools such as GitExtensions for Windows use environment
> variable TERM=msys which causes the weird ANSI sequence shown for the
> messages returned from server-side hooks
> We add those ANSI sequences to help format sideband data on the user's
> terminal. However, GitExtensions is not using a terminal, and the ANSI
> sequences just confuses it. We can recognize this use by checking
> See https://github.com/gitextensions/gitextensions/issues/1313 for
> more details
Please wrap your commit messages (and emails) at something reasonable to
fit on an 80-char terminal with indentation (I usually use 60, but
anything <= 72 is probably fine).
Other than that, I think the patch looks fine.
> P.S. I gave up trying to send this letter from gmail, it eats my tab character
> P.S 2. Sorry, my tab character has been eaten again!
This version looks OK to me (and applies via git-am).
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