Tanay Abhra <tanay...@gmail.com> writes:
> Currently if we have a config file like,
> bar =
> and we try something like, "git config --add foo.baz roll", Git will
> segfault. Moreover, for "git config --add foo.bar roll", it will
> overwrite the original value instead of appending after the existing
> empty value.
> The problem lies with the regexp used for simulating --add in
> `git_config_set_multivar_in_file()`, "^$", which in ideal case should
> not match with any string but is true for empty strings. Instead use a
> regexp like "a^" which can not be true for any string, empty or not.
> For removing the segfault add a check for NULL values in `matches()` in
I would have prefered two separate patches (or even better, 3, the first
one being "demonstrate failure of ..." with test_expect_failure) for
But the fixes are straightforward, and the test actually test what it
has to test, so I think we can keep the patch as-is.
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