On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 03:02:51PM +0600, Sergey Sharybin wrote:
> Am i right the intention is to make it so `git add .` and `git commit
> .` doesn't include changes to submodule hash unless -f argument is
> provided?

Yes thats the goal. My patch currently only disables it when ignore is
set to all. I will add another patch that implements the -f and
--submodule-ignore option to both of them so the user has an easy way to
bypass that. But having said that we changing existing behavior here so
we have to investigate carefully whether we are not breaking peoples
expectations (and script). That also applies to the other patch
that enables showing them in diff and friends again.

Cheers Heiko
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