RFC remove the query from uncommit

Jelmer Vernooij jelmer at vernstok.nl
Thu Oct 8 01:03:53 BST 2009

On Wed, Oct 07, 2009 at 08:57:16AM -0500, John Arbash Meinel wrote:
> At the moment 'bzr uncommit' prompts you to make sure you really want to
> do so. I wrote it that way originally because I actually removed the
> content from disk. (This was back in the one-file-per-revision .txt.gz
> days.)
> We don't do that anymore, and you can always recover from uncommit. And
> we even tell the user what they can do to recover ('bzr pull . -r ...')
> In the goal of unifying our interface, it seemed strange to me to have 1
> command that is interactive, while none of the others are. (With the
> exception of 'shelve'.)
> Thoughts?
Seems like a good idea.

I find myself always pressing "y" anyway, and if I end up deciding I didn't want the uncommit I just always use the pull command.



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