Re: [PATCH 02/12] completion: simplify __gitcomp

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I've looked at the history of __gitcomp and __gitcomp_nl, now I think
it makes sense to keep their arguments similar, at least for the time

So I suggest this patch to be dropped.

On Sun, Apr 8, 2012 at 4:27 PM, Jonathan Nieder <jrnieder@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Felipe Contreras wrote:
>> So we should never make any cleanups because some custom completion
>> functions might theoretically break?
> No, tasteful cleanups that don't break custom completion functions are
> very welcome.
> Also if you have evidence that this is definitely (not just possibly)
> only a theoretical problem, then it would not be a regression.  But I
> actually find it likely that custom completion code would have
> imitated the old completion code in git that used the suffix argument,
> so...
> Can you remind me what the benefit that the user is getting from this
> patch in exchange for us breaking their tab completion?  The title
> ("simplify __gitcomp") tells me exactly nothing about its impact
> except that it is perhaps supposed to result in no behavior change.
> Sorry for the fuss and hope that helps,
> Jonathan

Felipe Contreras
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