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bug#19343: 25.0.50; [vc-git] Unregistered file becomes `up-to-date' in v

From: Dmitry Gutov
Subject: bug#19343: 25.0.50; [vc-git] Unregistered file becomes `up-to-date' in vc-dir buffer after editing and saving
Date: Mon, 1 May 2017 04:36:13 +0300
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On 17.12.2014 17:40, Eli Zaretskii wrote:

What's our minimum version?

Debian Stable has, but CentOS 6 - only 1.7.1.

So apparently we can use `status --short' (or rather --porcelain), but
--ignored is no-go for now.

Why can't we use --ignored when it's available?  It doesn't feel right
to me to punish users of newer versions just because someone else out
there might not have such a version.

I've just pushed a patch (24301c8148f5f3220d7e597c73a59551cfa10eea) which fixes this bug, and also uses ---ignored, because that's how the Jonathan wrote it.

Do we still care about CentOS 6? The previous message in this discussion has been more than 2 years ago.

If so, we can remove --ignored from the call in vc-git-state, it's not hugely important there. It will be more important when we decide to reimplement vc-git-status-files in the same fashion, though.

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