On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 5:47 PM, Jens Lehmann <jens.lehm...@web.de> wrote:
> Such a patch would be very much appreciated. You might want to look
> into other commands that already have the --ignore-submodules option
> to get an idea how to do that. cmd_status() in builtin/commit.c
> should be a good starting point.
OK, I managed to create a patch, will post it as separate email right
after this one. I also had to touch builtin/add.c, to make the new
--ignore-submodes option work with "git commit -a" too.
>> And also, I'd like to know git folks' opinion on whether it's OK that
>> git commit with ignore=all in .gitmodules ignores submodules even when
>> they are explicitely staged with git add.
> No, they should be visible in status and commit when the user chose
> to add them. I see if I can hack something up (as I've been bitten
> myself by that recently ;-).
While I was playing with that now, I discovered that the problem is
actually not in commit, but only in status. Commit really commits the
submodule, but it's not visible in the commit message (generated by
status), that confused me before. And if there are no other changes in
the index, then commit fails immediately with "no changes". A small
change in wt-status.c fixes that for me, but I'm not sure about any
undesired side effects. I'll post a patch for that too, in a few
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