On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 10:42:52PM -0700, Martin von Zweigbergk wrote:
> > I think that's the correct fix for the regression. You are restoring
> > the original, pre-166ec2e9 behavior for just the HEAD case. I do not
> > think add--interactive does any other magic between a symbolic rev and
> > its sha1, except for recognizing HEAD specially. However, if you wanted
> > to minimize the potential impact of 166ec2e9, you could pass the sha1
> > _only_ in the unborn case, like this:
> Plus, the end result is more readable, IMHO.
Agreed. Unfortunately it is slightly wrong, because for the non-patch
cases, we may look at "rev" later, and we would want it to still say
"HEAD" rather than a sha1. This is fixed in my patches below.
> > 1. Pass the head/not-head flag as a separate option.
> > 2. Pass HEAD even in the unborn case; teach add--interactive to
> > convert an unborn HEAD to the empty tree.
> > 3. Teach add--interactive to recognize the empty tree sha1 as an
> > "unstage" path.
> Makes sense to me. I'm sure others can implement that much faster than
> I can, but I feel a little guilty, so I'm happy to do it if no one
> else wants to, as long as we agree this is the way we want to go.
As it turns out, add--interactive already _does_ know how to handle an
unborn HEAD. It just didn't use it for this particular code path. So I
think doing (2) makes the most sense, and the result is that the patch
in reset.c ends up nice and simple.
[1/2]: add-interactive: handle unborn branch in patch mode
[2/2]: reset: pass real rev name to add--interactive
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