Insane git output

Kai Blin kai.blin at
Sat Jun 13 12:52:54 CDT 2009

On Saturday 13 June 2009 19:43:30 Dan Kegel wrote:
> I did a git pull today, and saw this:
>  copy programs/clock/rsrc.rc => dlls/d3dx9_36/tests/resources.h (57%)
>  copy {programs/clock => dlls/d3dx9_36/tests}/rsrc.rc (57%)
>  create mode 100644 dlls/d3dx9_36/tests/texture.c
>  create mode 100644 dlls/d3dx9_36/util.c
>  create mode 100644 dlls/msctf/compartmentmgr.c
>  create mode 100644 dlls/oleacc/oleacc_De.rc
>  create mode 100644 dlls/windowscodecs/
>  rename programs/clock/rsrc.rc => dlls/windowscodecs/main.c (57%)
> Wha?  Those are some crazy renames/copies...

At least windowscodecs/main.c is a stub. So I take the LGPL license comment is 
the same. Git doesn't care about filenames much, and judges operations based 
on content. If the file's mostly the license header, it doesn't sound so 
insane to assume they're a copy (57% identical)


Kai Blin
WorldForge developer
Wine developer
Samba team member
Will code for cotton.
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