On Sun, Feb 17, 2013 at 06:53:59PM -0800, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> > +If you did not commit your submodule changes, the changes will *not*
> > +be silently overwritten.  Instead, you get the usual warning about not
> > +being able switch from a dirty branch.
> The scenario this talks about is to commit changes in the
> superproject and then to run "submodule update".  I think the above
> clarification is still incomplete.  You may have committed in the
> submodule some changes but not all.
>       If you have uncommitted changes in your submodule working
>       tree, "git submodule update" will not overwrite them.
>       Instead...
> would be an improvement, I think.

Will do in v4.

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