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Re: sequencer "edit" command always issues a warning




Jeff King <peff@xxxxxxxx> writes:

> I was rebasing with the new built-in sequencer code today, and I was
> surprised to see the use of warning() here:
>
>   $ git rebase -i
>   [set one commit to 'edit']
>   warning: stopped at 6ce6b914a... odb_pack_keep(): stop generating keepfile name
>   You can amend the commit now, with
>     [...more instructions...]
>
> It alarmed me for a minute until I realized that no, this is nothing to
> be alarmed about, but just git doing exactly what I told it to do.
>
> The original just wrote:
>
>   Stopped at 6ce6b914a... odb_pack_keep(): stop generating keepfile name
>
> It would be easy to switch back:
>
> diff --git a/sequencer.c b/sequencer.c
> index 1f729b053..8183a83c1 100644
> --- a/sequencer.c
> +++ b/sequencer.c
> @@ -1997,7 +1997,8 @@ static int pick_commits(struct todo_list *todo_list, struct replay_opts *opts)
>  			if (item->command == TODO_EDIT) {
>  				struct commit *commit = item->commit;
>  				if (!res)
> -					warning(_("stopped at %s... %.*s"),
> +					fprintf(stderr,
> +						_("Stopped at %s...  %.*s"),
>  						short_commit_name(commit),
>  						item->arg_len, item->arg);
>  				return error_with_patch(commit,
>
> and that would match most of the other messages that the command issues,
> which use a bare fprintf() and start with a capital letter. But I'm not
> sure if there was some reason to treat this one differently.

I doubt there was.  At least, I didn't think I read any rationale
for switching in logs or in-code comments.

If we stop due to conflicting changes during a "rebase -i" or a
range "cherry-pick/revert" session, warning() might make sense, but
I agree with you that stopping at "edit" is an expected thing.  If
we had info("stopped at...") that may be appropriate, but writing it
out to stderr is just fine, I would think.

Thanks for spotting.