On Thu, 26 Mar 2015 18:49:51 -0000 Paul Lalonde <paul.a.lalo...@gmail.com> 
> The feature direction I'd like when working with Git is for the window of a
> git-changed file to become un-editable.  This would require adding the idea
> of a un-editable window, which is probably a bad idea.

Not sure what you mean. If you git {pull,checkout,merge,...},
files you have been editing (but not yet saved) may already
require merging. You may be better off using some client side
git hook that checks the state of acme edited files and tries
to do the right thing (not that I have ever used these hooks).

> Meanwhile I use the script below to generate X commands to reload changed
> windows.  If I had a little more gumption (and less fear) I'd pipe the last
> output to make acme execute the Edits.
> #!/bin/bash
> cd `git rev-parse --git-dir`/..
> git diff --name-only HEAD~ | sed s+^+`pwd`/+ | sort > /tmp/foobar
> 9p read acme/index | awk '{print $6}' | sort | comm -12 - /tmp/foobar  |
> sed 's+\(.*\)+Edit X=\1=,r+'


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