--- Comment #5 from John Hsing <douglarek(a)outlook.com> 2013-03-21 14:28:40 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #4)
I tried it and guilt is "working" again, at
least it starts.
How compatible it is with the latest version of git has to be seen.
But I do not expect big API changes with git anymore and guilt should not use a
whitelist for git versions.
I expect this is the fix:
1.5.*) ;; # git config
1.6.*) ;; # git config
1.7.*) ;; # git config
+ 1.8.*) ;; # git config
*) die "Unsupported version of git ($gitver)" ;;
So this will break again with git version 1.9.x ...
Better would be to allow all upcoming git versions. Or I'd simply eliminate the
check, I never had problems with guilt and specific git versions and I use it
for quite some years now.
If there are git incompatibilities people should run into them and report bugs,
so that these issues can be fixed.
yeah，maybe droping git version check is a good idea？and guilt 0.36 will do this
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