Umm. I just discovered a portion of mailing list I somehow completely
missed. :/ Sorry for the delayed replies.

Dear diary, on Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 03:45:21AM CEST, I got a letter
where Pavel Roskin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> told me that...
> Hello!


> I believe the documented behavior of cg-restore is inconsistent.
> "Restore given files to their original state. Without any parameters, it
> recovers any files removed locally whose removal was not recorded by
> `cg-rm`."
> I interpret it that cg-restore without arguments restores removed files
> but not modified ones.
> "If passed a set of file names, it restores those files to their state
> as of the last commit (including bringing files removed with cg-rm back
> to life; FIXME: does not do that part yet)."
> I interpret it that cg-restore with arguments restores both removed and
> modified files.
> Maybe we need an option whether to restore modified files?  Or maybe
> they should always be restored (I think it would more consistent)?  Then
> the help text should be more clear about modified files.
> The actual behavior is that modified files are never restored.  We need
> "-f" option for git-checkout-cache to overwrite existing files, and it's
> not used whether the filenames are specified or not.  I wanted to send a
> patch, but after reading help I'm not sure what exactly cg-restore is
> supposed to do.

in the meantime, I actually implemented the -f option. Now I agree that
cg-rm'd files should indeed be restored only when -f is passed. Not a
big deal yet since we don't remove them at all now. :-)

                                Petr "Pasky" Baudis
If you want the holes in your knowledge showing up try teaching
someone.  -- Alan Cox
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