Bump,

None one knows how to make Git >=1.8.2 not show submodule as modified if it is 
at exactly at specified at .gitmodules "branch"?

Otherwise "git submodule update --init --remote" always make Git show module as 
modified if the branch gets updated upstream :(

Cheers,
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Adam Strzelecki | nanoant.com | twitter.com/nanoant

Wiadomość napisana przez Adam Strzelecki <adam.strzele...@java.pl> w dniu 13 
cze 2013, o godz. 23:41:

> In my superproject I have two submodules and I want them to track always 
> master master. Using Git 1.8.2.
> 
> So I've added "branch = master" to .gitmodules and using git submodule update 
> --remote to pull always recent master.
> 
> However everytime submodule master is updated, running superproject git 
> status or diff shows its recorded sha1 has changed.
> 
> This doesn't make sense since I am tracking master? Shouldn't it show it has 
> changed only when submodule HEAD is not the branch recorded in my 
> superproject's .gitmodules ??
> 
> Regards,
> Adam
> 
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