As Junio already said, please provide a real name for the sign-off.
But I also found the commit message and content confusing, probably
because I haven't programmed Pascal for 15 years.
But the last line very conspicuously already mentions 'class', so why
does it fail?
I had to look up a bit of Pascal syntax. Google helped with
which answers this. Also, as stated in SubmittingPatches, we
generally word the messages as stating the behaviour of the changed
version in the present tense. So a better commit message would be
userdiff: match Pascal class methods
Class declarations were already covered by the second pattern, but
class methods have the 'class' keyword in front too. Account for
Signed-off-by: Алексей Крезов <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ok, now I feel silly for only having a two-liner despite my
That being said, I have now verified that the patch is good, and, you
can include my
Acked-by: Thomas Rast <email@example.com>
in a reroll if you fix the above.