Paul Campbell <> writes:

> Subsequent git subtree push/pull operations now default to the values
> stored in .gitsubtree, unless overridden from the command line.
> The .gitsubtree file should be tracked as part of the repo as it
> describes where parts of the tree came from and can be used to update
> to/from that source.

I agree with the basic idea but have some questions about the

Is there precedent of git commands storing information in hidden files
and requiring those files to be added to the repository and tracked?  It
seems like a bit of a kludge.

Could we use notes or something for this?

I'm not necessarily against the patches, I just want to make sure we
don't go down a road that won't be acceptable later on.

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