On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 09:54:19AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:

> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> >> Actually as you are not excluding CVS, RCS, etc., and using ??* as
> >> the starting point will exclude .git, .hg, etc. at the top, I think
> >> we can shorten it even further and say
> >> 
> >>    find ??* -name Documentation -prune -o -name \*.h
> >> 
> >> or something.
> >
> > I had originally considered starting with "find *", but I was worried
> > about shell globbing overflowing command-line limits here. "echo *" on a
> > built tree is about 12K.
> OK.  What I queued is still your original which is the most
> conservative among various "fun" alternatives we have seen so far on
> this thread, so we should be good ;-)

The only thing I think mine does not do that Jonathan suggested is
dropping .hg, etc. I do not know why anyone would track git in hg, but
it might make sense to s/.git/.?/ in what I sent.

(I noticed also that you did not queue the third patch to drop
CHECK_HEADER_DEPENDENCIES; I'm OK if we keep it, but I wanted to make
sure it was not an oversight).

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