Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Matthew Cline <m...@nightrealms.com> writes:
> > When I try to a plain old "git add ." when files have been
> > deleted/moved, I get the warning
> >> You ran 'git add' with neither '-A (--all)' or '--ignore-removal'
> > There should be some way to put something in ~/.gitconfig to tell git to
> > always choose one or another.
> The lack of configurability is very much deliberate.
> Adding such knobs that make basic behaviour of Git different
> depending on the per-user setting will make it unnecessarily harder
> to run to help your coworker when she is having problems. "git add
> directory" you type in her terminal during the session to help her
> could work differently from the way you are used to, if we added
> such a knob.
That's going to happen regardless. You are assuming she is running Git v2.0,
which she might not.
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