Jonathan Nieder <> writes:

> How about something like this?
>       warning: "git add" run on path with files removed (e.g., '%s')
>       hint: use "git add --ignore-removals <pathspec>" to ignore removals
>       hint: or "git add --no-ignore-removals <pathspec>" to notice them
>       hint: --ignore-removals is the default but this will change soon
>       hint: see git-add(1) for details
> Then the --ignore-removals option could be added using a patch like
> the following.

adding ignore-removals as a synonym (and keeping it) would be a good

We would still need to carry --all and --no-all that have been with
us ever since we added "-A" option, though.
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