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Re: [vc-git] Showing ‘.git/*’ files in vc-dir

From: Dan Nicolaescu
Subject: Re: [vc-git] Showing ‘.git/*’ files in vc-dir
Date: Thu, 01 Jul 2010 11:26:33 -0400
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Jan Djärv <address@hidden> writes:

> Dan Nicolaescu skrev 2010-07-01 10.32:
>> Jan Djärv<address@hidden>  writes:
>>> I almost always have unregistered files (.emacs.desktop for one), and
>>> thus can't commit from vc-dir ("files must have the same state") as
>>> bzr on savannah does not accept a list of files in the commit.
>> What do you mean?
>> Most commits are lists of files: file(s) + ChangeLog.
>> You can mark files with m (or M to mark all files in the same state).
>> After marking at least one item,  C-x v v applies to the list of marked 
>> things.
> Reading earlier messages, I see I confused this with not being able to
> commit with pending merges present.  So I have done commits from the
> command line when I really didn't need to, bummer...
> FWIW, I think vc-dir should be similar to the command line in this
> respect, i.e. just commit if there are unregistered files present.
> After all, it is not a limitation of the underlying version control
> system.

vc-dir does not care, it just uses C-x v v
For 'unregistered files C-x v v says that the next action is vc-register
For 'edited files C-x v v says that the next action is vc-checkin
Hence it can't do both...

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