Gosh, it has been months. I'm not sure, and I'm pretty mentally spent.
On Sat, 16 May 2020 at 16:59, Josh Marshall <email@example.com> wrote:
> When installing "git:send-email", the dependency "git" is not
It is an eternal question. :-) Should installing the package “python-foo”
or “r-bar” also install the package “python” or the package “r-minimal”?
Well, the answer seems being: it is up to the user. Because of
diversity. Imagine that I want to install Git version x.y and the Git
package coming with “git:send-email” is at version p.q. Just one
Therefore, I do not think it can be considered as a bug.
> Installing this also masks a local installation of git
> masked when running in a foreign distro. The particular failure
> observed is that repos transferred over https no longer worked with
> the error `fatal: unable to find remote helper for 'https'`.
I am not sure to understand. What do you mean? Could you provide an
example to reproduce?
All the best,