Junio C Hamano <gits...@pobox.com> writes:
> Piotr Krukowiecki <piotr.krukowie...@gmail.com> writes:
>> Do you mean "git add" will be disallowed without "." or ":/" argument?
>> Or will this change in future and "git add" without argument will me
>> "whole tree", same as ":/" ?
> No. This is only about "git add -u<RETURN>", not any other forms of
> "git add ...with or without other args...".
This part is still correct, but all the remainder of the message I
am responding to is a total garbage, written from faulty memory
without fact check. Sorry about noise.
> "git add -u<RETURN>" historically meant,...
The very original "git add -u<RETURN>" done at v1.5.2-rc0~17^2
(git-add -u: match the index with working tree., 2007-04-20) did
update the index with every change under the root of the working
tree, no matter where you were.
But v22.214.171.124~1 (git-add -u paths... now works from subdirectory,
2007-08-16) changed the semantics to limit the operation to the
working tree. The log message seems to suggest that this was a
deliberate semantics change post release (i.e. the "tree-wide" was a
bug); I do not recall if there was a discussion and concensus when
this change was made, though.
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