On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 02:37:53PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Because this is to help people who are _used_ to seeing "git add"
> not take the removals into account, I doubt that "Did I want those
> updated or not? Let me see the details of them." will be the
> question they will be asking [*1*].
> I dunno.
> *1* "I know I didn't want to include these removals to the index,
> but I learned today that in later Git I should make myself more
> clear if I want to keep doing so; thanks for letting me know.", or
> "I've long been assuming that I have to say 'git add' and 'git rm'
> separately, but I learned today that I can say 'add --all', and in
> later Git I do not even have to; thanks for letting me know." are
> the two reactions I expected.
I am expecting a reaction more like "Hmm, I never thought about it
before. Does that make sense to me or not? Let me think about which
paths it pertains to and decide".
Which I admit is no more likely than the scenarios you outlined, but it
is close to what I thought the first time I saw the warning.
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