Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> Michael J Gruber <g...@drmicha.warpmail.net> writes:
>> As an error message that is completely sufficient.
>> The advice messages are meant to teach the user about the normal parts
>> of the toolchest to use in a situation of "conflict", aren't they?
> Not really. They are to remind (to those who learned but forgot)
> and to hint (to those who haven't realized they have things to learn
> in this area). Wall of text that tries to do more than that, like
> "teaching", risks not getting read by anybody.
>> we should ask someone who hasn't turned them off...
> Actually, I run without most of the 'advice.*' turned off.
Ehh, what I meant was that I do not have "advice.foo = false" for
most of 'foo', i.e. I run with most of them still active.
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