James Nylen <jny...@gmail.com> writes:
> Wow, I missed a bunch of emails on this. Thanks for applying and for
> writing tests!
Sorry it took so long.
> This is as intended. You wouldn't want subtree to modify commits that
> occurred in the full repository for project A. Furthermore, you
> wouldn't have a "subproj:" commit in project A's standalone repo since
> it wasn't a subproject at that time.
Yes, that makes sense.
> The --annotate option confused me because it was the reverse of what I
> wanted. As in your example, a typical use would be 'add a file to
> subdir with message "subproj: add F3" ' to make it clear that you were
> committing to the "subproj" part of a larger repository. Then, when
> splitting back out to subproj's main repository, you'd want to remove
> the prefix.
Ok. I'll re-submit as part of the final sequence.
Thanks for the patch!
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