* "--color-moved" ignored in "git diff --word-diff=porcelain --color-moved"
@ 2020-09-10 18:10 Hans Henrik Bergan
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From: Hans Henrik Bergan @ 2020-09-10 18:10 UTC (permalink / raw)
using git 2.28.0, and when doing >>>git diff --color-moved
the --color-moved argument seems to be completely ignored, and seems
there's no way to differentiate moved lines from added/deleted lines
in the output, is that intended? if the 2 arguments are incompatible,
wouldn't it be better to throw an error? or at least print a warning
in stderr? instead of just ignoring one of the arguments?
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