On Thu, Oct 11, 2012 at 10:38 AM, Jim Vahl <j...@wmdb.com> wrote:

> 1) Does git have a built-in way to get a list of all of the "most recently
> committed" files only at a given point in time, thus automatically recording
> the revisions of all of the component files of a release?   This implies
> that for files which are being modified or which have been staged but not
> committed, that git would go back to find the "predecessor" file which had
> been committed.

I feel like I'm missing the point of your questions.  Why do you think
your central repository would contain anything that hadn't been


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