On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 6:55 PM, Laszlo Papp <lp...@kde.org> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I have just run into a problem when I had to issue an explicit cleanup for
> tracked files after a configure run in the Qt5 project. I have tried to
> suggest to the people to bring up this idea on the mailing list in order to
> get this further on. Unfortunately I did not have time to do so, especially
> for the follow-up. I have also been told it is not a good way of asking on
> IRC which surprised me a bit, but I am now bringing this up, and I try to
> also make the follow-up. Hope it is ok.
At first I thought that your idea was to have an option to "git bisect
run" so that a "git bisect reset" is run automatically after the
bisection is finished.
But I search the IRC log and found the discussion here:
and I found that you said:
"there should be an option for git bisect run which executed the
"whatever clean command git has like git clean -fdx"./"
I understand that, but I wonder what we should do if some people need
a "git reset --hard" and if some other people need other options than
We would need both a --reset and a --clean, or perhaps even a
--reset[=(hard|mixed|soft|merge|keep) and a --clean[=<clean-opts>].
And then what if people want to clean only a subdirectory and not everything?
And this does not take into account the fact that many people
will/should clean using "make clean" or "make distclean" or "rake
clean" or something like that, so that a --clean option will not help
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