Jens Lehmann <jens.lehm...@web.de> writes: > I tried today. Before this change no arguments got passed down and > afterwards they are (but just the arguments, no submodule paths > were passed on in either case; which is what Kevin fixed in the > commit Heiko referenced). Three arguments are allowed for "git > submodule status": > > --recursive: > It doesn't matter if we pass that on or not because $recursive is > reused when "eval cmd_status" is executed. > > --quiet: > Same as recursive, GIT_QUIET is set the first time and then reused > in the recursion. > > --cached: > This was dropped when recursing into submodules but isn't anymore > with Heiko's change, so we do have a change in behavior here. > ... > Hmm, when --cached is used together with --recursive, I would expect > it to show the commit stored in the index for the deeper submodules > too (and not magically switch to show their HEAD again after the > first level of submodules). To me this looks like a bug which Kevin > accidentally introduced and nobody noticed and/or reported until now. > > So I'd vote for making this a bugfix patch for "git submodule status > --cached --recursive" (and would love to see a test for it ;-).
Yeah, I am not opposed to a "fix". I just wanted it to be labelled as such, and analysed correctly. And with test ;-) Thanks. -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe git" in the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html