On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 11:01:03PM +1000, Andrew Ardill wrote:
> On 12 August 2013 22:39, Jeff King <p...@peff.net> wrote:
> > We could do something like the patch below, which allows:
> > $ git config --global include./magic/.path .gitconfig-magic
> > to read ~/.gitconfig-magic only when we are in a repository with a
> > directory component "/magic/".
> Thanks, this looks great! I'll have a play with it tomorrow.
> Would locally configured config options override this one? From a
> quick read of the patch there doesn't look like there is a way of
> turning this off for a specific repository, but perhaps that is
> unnecessary. I think after a bit of use the edge cases will be a bit
Yes, the usual config and include rules apply; the patch just selectively
ignores the include based on the subsection regex. So if you put the
magic include in your ~/.gitconfig, anything in the repo's .git/config
will override it.
But that also means the usual restrictions apply, too. There is no way
to "unset" a variable as if it had never been specified in the first
place. And multi-valued variables will always append (e.g.,
The matcher is a regex, so depending on how tortured you want your regex
to get, you can probably exclude a particular directory with that. :)
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