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From: "Fernando J. Pereda" <ferdy@g.o>
To: Ryan Phillips <rphillips@g.o>, gentoo-dev@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-dev] Gentoo: State of the Union
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 21:40:31
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-dev] Gentoo: State of the Union by Ryan Phillips
1 Ryan:
3 I think you are talking about very old versions of Git:
5 On Fri, Apr 28, 2006 at 02:20:43PM -0700, Ryan Phillips wrote:
6 > What I meant is, if you have a change within one directory pending
7 > a commit, and you have a commit pending in a current directory, both
8 > files will be picked up for the commit. I think that is bad. That
9 > means you can't have pending changes not ready for commit and commit
10 > something.
12 Of course you can have pending commits. You can even have uncommited
13 changes in your index since git-commit uses a temporary index when doing
14 this kind of checkins.
16 > yes. git-commit will allow the commit, it will walk the directories
17 > backwards, but it will find all the pending changes and want to commit
18 > them.
20 It will if you don't use git-commit correctly :)
22 > I don't think that is beneficial. I'm open to comments though.
24 'git commit' semantics are a bit different from 'cvs commit' and 'svn
25 commit' semantics. That's probably the reason you faced that problem :)
27 Cheers,
28 ferdy
30 --
31 Fernando J. Pereda Garcimartín
32 Gentoo Developer (Alpha,net-mail,mutt,git)
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Re: [gentoo-dev] Gentoo: State of the Union Ryan Phillips <rphillips@g.o>