Am 11.03.2014 12:07, schrieb Henri GEIST:
> Le mercredi 05 mars 2014 à 19:00 +0100, Jens Lehmann a écrit :
>> Am 05.03.2014 00:01, schrieb Henri GEIST:
>>> Permit to do a 'git clone --recursive' through git-gui.
>> I really like where this is heading!
>> Some minor issues:
>> - I think we should be more verbose in the commit message,
>> including that and why the default should be "on". Maybe
>> like this?
>> "Permit to do a 'git clone --recursive' through git-gui.
>> Add a 'recursive' checkbox in the clone menu which allows
>> users to clone a repository and all its submodules in one
>> go (unless the 'update' flag is set to "none" in the
>> .gitmodules file for a submodule, in that case that
>> specific submodule is not cloned automatically).
>> Enable this new option per default, as most users want to
>> clone all submodules too when cloning the superproject
>> (This is currently not possible without leaving git gui
>> or adding a custom tool entry for that)."
>> - I'd rather change the button text from "Recursive (For
>> submodules)" to something like "Recursively clone
>> submodules too" or such.
> Would you like me to send the new version of the patch in this thread
> Or to make a new thread [patch v2] ?
It doesn't matter that much as long as you start the subject with
"[PATCH v2]". But I believe you should send it to Pat and create
the diff from inside the git-gui directory so he can simply apply
it to his repository.
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