commit --unchanged and nested trees
robertc at robertcollins.net
Thu Sep 20 08:24:17 BST 2007
Seems to me that --unchanged with nested trees is a little confusing.
Does it mean 'do a pointless commit in the subtrees', or 'do a pointless
commit in the root tree'... or is setting --no-recurse the right way to
(--unchanged --no-recurse) ?
I'm wondering if it makes sense to always pass allow_pointless=False to
child trees in commit, avoiding noise commits in the child trees while
still doing them at the root upon request.
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