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Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] little fixes for attachment git commiting

From: David Maus
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] little fixes for attachment git commiting
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 09:04:24 +0100
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Łukasz Stelmach wrote:
>David Maus <address@hidden> writes:

>> Łukasz Stelmach wrote:
>>>The other one helps if for some reason the file one would like to add
>>>matches an entry in a .gitignore file. I suppose no one puts anything in
>>>the org-attach-directory by hand, so anything that goes there is by
>> I'd like to be this customizable: I do have LaTeX files as attachments
>> and don't want the logs etc. be added to the git repository.

>Do they get created org-attach-directory?

Yes, they do.

>> In addition one might explicitly include the content of attachment
>> directories using the negating operator in .gitignore.
>This might be a better solution indeed.

Yep.  Though about it: Using the -f switch overrides any configuration
of git a user may have made in a system wide, user or repository
specific gitignore -- that shouldn't be turned on by default or even
enforced in the source.

>I'll investigate it a little bit closer.

Just an idea: Why not add hooks that are called after certain
attachment operations (add, remove, update)?  This way we could
decouple a (specific) use of git or even of git itself.

Some other thing: As far as I understood the source an error while
synchronizing the attachment directory is indiciated in the "*Shell
Command Output*" buffer and the miniprompt.  I'm not sure if this
should be considered sufficient or not.

 -- David

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