On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 3:55 PM, Matthieu Moy
> ----- Original Message -----
>> The use case in mind is --max-depth=0 to stop recursion. With this we can do
>> git config --global alias.ls 'ls-files --column --color --max-depth=0'
>> and have "git ls" with an output very similar to GNU ls.
> One big difference though: your "git ls" does not show directories. I
> understand that this is easier to implement, but from the user point of view
> it resulted in a "wtf" from me running "git ls" in a repository containing
> essentially directories, and seeing just a README file in the output.
I was hoping you didn't notice :) It'll be more difficult but not impossible.
> Ideally (for me), directories should be shown with a trailing / like "ls -F"
I'd rather go with no trailing slash by default and add -F (which
seems to be more than just '/')
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