On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 8:20 PM,  <gree...@obbligato.org> wrote:
> Paul Campbell <pcampb...@kemitix.net> 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
> implementation.
> 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.
>                            -David

I'm not familiar with git notes. Adding that the my to-read list.

I took my inspiration from git submodules which uses the .gitmodules
file for a similar purpose.

Paul [W] Campbell
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