Re: Bug in git-stash(.sh) ?

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On Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 19:02, Junio C Hamano <gitster@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Not surprised; as far as I understand, ever since the original design,
> the stash entries are meant to be _counted_, i.e. stash@{0},
> stash@{1}, stash@{2}, ... and never timed.

Ah, that's an issue for magit, but I'd rather have it working anyway.


> I do not mind a fix, but I would prefer a solution that does *not*
> involve $IFS hack that would not work with a string with LF in it.

I didn't like that either, and I think that it's possible to avoid it by
dropping the --symbolic for that test, and re-parse if needed for an
error messag.  I'll try that and send a patch.

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