2015-11-09 4:02 EST, David Votrubec <david.votru...@gmail.com>:
> -- then if i want to commit just fileA and fileC, I do not need to type the 
> whole (potentially) long file name, and instead type
> git number add 1 3
> which is the equivalent of git add fileA; git add fileC

This sounds pretty similar to the -i, --interactive switch, which
works exactly the same way: git add -i lists the current status, then
a or u will list the files that can be Added or Updated with numerical
indexes, then you type in these indexes to select files. I don't see
what git-number adds to that process.


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