MERGE_HEADas well as the merge base essentially refer to the empty tree as far as
merge-recursiveis concerned). So I'd look into that, if I were you, and if you find a good way to reproduce this, report it to the Git mailing list at email@example.com (because this is not a Windows-specific issue; please do make sure not to write any HTML mail, as they bounce, by design).
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git-extra? What exactly am I losing by not installing it? It seems to convert my msys2 installation into a git-for-windows sdk, and this process goes not very smoothly (e. g. it makes msys2 spit out a bunch of errors whenever I launch a shell).
sdk build installerruns)
release.shto pass those extra package names to
make-file-list.sh, you should be set.
--patchversion lets you select interactively what parts you want to apply. Without
--patch, the entire changes relative to the current
HEADwill be applied to the specified files.
Just popping in to say thank you Johannes, and everyone else who is a working part of this project. You guys are doing gods work. Thank you for git-for-windows. I am using it in my Cmder software package and it is incredible as it teaches me the answers I've long looked for and it also helps me understand how everything that is (lets call it YOOnix)-like has worked around to this day. I find the history of technology from hardware to coders to engineers and electrical, digital, radio communication the most fascinating cumulative mathematics I have ever seen. I hope everyone gets the life they envisioned from this effort when it is revealed to the world by a voice that's loud enough to wake them up. I prefer to thank you in advance. Sincerely. -Daniel aka satoshi0x on Keybase :)