best way to add unknowns from the command line?
iwata0303 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 11:04:19 UTC 2012
I want a option to ignore outside of specified subdir, rather than stopping
recursion by depth.
It may improve performance, and reasonable enough.
This is not only about qadd, but also qcommit and qrevert.
2012/03/22 18:41 "Alexander Belchenko" <bialix at ukr.net>:
> Vincent Ladeuil пишет:
>> Alexander Belchenko <bialix at ukr.net> writes:
>> > Chris Hecker пишет:
>> >> bzr qadd takes forever to launch because it expands entire unknown
>> >> directories on load, which is silly.
>> > I don't think it's silly.
>> Me neither but hey, some people just talk this way (figure of speech and
>> stuff like that )...
>> On the other hand, an option to stop at the unknown directory level
>> could probably help (such directories could then be either ignored or
>> explored one level at a time or in full under user control).
> The whole idea of add is "add unknown files and directories". Where we
> should stop? Why? Why don't user ignore directories with huge amount of
> garbage? Where is balance?
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