On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 11:48:45AM -0500, Jeff King wrote:
> [1/6]: ident: make user_ident_explicitly_given private
> [2/6]: ident: keep separate "explicit" flags for author and committer
> [3/6]: var: accept multiple variables on the command line
> [4/6]: var: provide explicit/implicit ident information
> [5/6]: Git.pm: teach "ident" to query explicitness
> [6/6]: send-email: do not prompt for explicit repo ident
Here is a re-roll of the series based on comments from Jonathan (changes
from the first version noted below):
[1/8]: test-lib: allow negation of prerequisites
[2/8]: t7502: factor out autoident prerequisite
These two are new, and allow us to use the same prereq from t7502 in
[3/8]: ident: make user_ident_explicitly_given static
Expanded the commit message to explain history of the variable.
[4/8]: ident: keep separate "explicit" flags for author and committer
Same as before.
[5/8]: var: accept multiple variables on the command line
- Expanded tests to include "git var -l"
- Use $GIT_* variables to create test "expect" files, which should make
them less brittle.
- Fixed "git var -l foo" to print usage instead of ignoring foo (i.e.,
keeping the behavior the same).
- Update usage message to match new feature.
[6/8]: var: provide explicit/implicit ident information
Updated documentation to describe what "explicit" means. No functional
[7/8]: Git.pm: teach "ident" to query explicitness
Improved Git.pm documentation. No functional changes.
[8/8]: send-email: do not prompt for explicit repo ident
Test the implicit ident case, both when we have implicit ident and when
we don't. No changes to send-email.
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