On 12-12-12 05:25 PM, Jens Lehmann wrote:
> So unless people agree that deinit should also remove the work
> tree I'll prepare some patches teaching all git commands to
> consistently ignore deinitialized submodules. Opinions?

I agree with Trevor's suggestion that deinit should restore the user to the
state he would be in if he were never interested in the submodule.  So clean
up .git/config and remove the work tree.  (Maybe just issue a warning instead
if the submodule's work tree is dirty.)

Also, given that semantic, I agree with Michael that a bare "git submodule
deinit" should *not* deinitialize all the submodules.  It should require a
"--all" for that.  The bare command should just print a usage summary.


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