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Re: VC mode and git

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: VC mode and git
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2015 06:57:17 -0400

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  > Yes, pushing should be optional.  The question is how exactly to
  > implement the option, and whether "C-x v v" should do anything else
  > before pushing.  For example, I always do a "git show" before pushing,
  > to have one last look at what I will push and make sure I didn't miss
  > anything, or made some mistake.

I think that _by default_ C-x v v should commit and push.  But there
are many ways to work out the details of that.  I have nothing against
having it display more information, ask for confirmation, or whatever.
And I have nothing against making this depend on settings in the
repository or .emacs.

The point is that C-x v v should not, by default, lead people to
think they are finished, without installing the changes on Savannah.

Dr Richard Stallman
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