> > On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 5:14 PM, Johannes Schindelin
> > <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > > No. Git is not always called through Bash or the git-wrapper,
> > > unfortunately.
but you have to admit, that in most cases it is called through bash
or the git wrapper.
> The problem arises whenever git.exe calls subprocesses. You can pollute
> the environment by setting HOME, I do not recall the details, but I
> remember that we had to be very careful *not* to do that, hence the patch.
> Sorry, has been a long time.
Yeah, memories. Is this experience still valid? How many users do
profit from this, using c:/Program\ Files \(86\)/bin/git.exe instead of
c:/Program\ Files \(86\)/cmd/git.exe, either by pure luck or
It seems that we should keep the patch, to minimize surprise if
bin/git.exe is used directly.
But we should probably make it consistent with other places:
- $HOMEDRIVE$HOMEPATH (without the slash)
- $USERPROFILE if the above dir does not exist.
- setenv HOME instead of wrapper
We can make this change for msysGit 2.0.0 only, so that we do not
break 1.9.4 ;-)
Does this make sense?
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