David Aguilar <dav...@gmail.com> writes:
> When "git add -u" is invoked from a subdirectory it prints a
> loud warning message about an upcoming Git 2.0 behavior change.
> Some users do not care to be warned. Accomodate them.
I do not think this is what we discussed to do.
It was very much deliberate to make the way to "squelch the warning"
not a "set once and *forget*", aka configuration variable, but a
simple-to-type extra command line argument i.e. "git add -u .", that
you will *always* type to train your fingers to explicitly say what
you mean, so that the default switch will not matter to existing
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