Due to some breaking changes in Go's standard library which we need, e.g., https://code.google.com/p/go/source/diff?spec=svn733fefb1deae5490f2d6fcf498667a9077f92a42&r=733fefb1deae5490f2d6fcf498667a9077f92a42&format=side&path=/src/pkg/net/http/transport.go
Technically, anything in the third argument is passes as a string, so you can look at any file if you know the hash (for instance, `blob/HASH/app/index.js`. However, having the issue number passed seems to me to be something really useful to my workflow, so I was hoping to find something in the documentation about it. Another possibility would be to enable a fourth argument for issue number. I'm happy to do a PR for this if something things it might be of more worth than just this edit.
- "git protocol for read and ssh for write" had introduced additional expectations of behavior.
Updated Homebrew recipe has been merged: Homebrew/homebrew@a746c26
- Ruby is not required at runtime anymore - Most installation instructions are now obsolete. Will need to write new instructions when we distribute precompiled binaries. - Remove tedious parts about slowness. It's not slow anymore!
Closes #517 [ci skip]
Don't suggest standalone install via curl anymore because: - hub may not be a single script in the near future - `rake install` handles the Windows executable as well
Emulates the interface of `git commit`: $ hub pull-request -m "This is my title" $ hub pull-request -F /path/to/message.txt $ hub pull-request -F - The old way of passing in just title is deprecated $ hub pull-request "Deprecated title" Fixes #183