On 14. 4. 2014 20:30, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Ronald Weiss <weiss.ron...@gmail.com> writes:
>> On 8. 4. 2014 20:43, Jens Lehmann wrote:
>>>> Useful <when> values for commit are 'all' (default) or 'none'. The others
>>>> ('dirty' and 'untracked') have same effect as 'none', as commit is only
>>>> interested in whether the submodule's HEAD differs from what is commited
>>>> in the superproject.
>>> Unless it outputs a status message, then 'dirty' and 'untracked' do
>>> influence what is shown there. Apart from that (and maybe tests for
>>> these two cases ;-) this is looking good to me.
>> OK, I updated the patch for commit to take that into account. Also, I
>> rebased both patches onto current master. Sending them in a moment.
>> If you don't have any more complaints, can I add "Acked-by: <you>" and
>> resend the patches to Junio?
> It is not "When I see no more complaints, I'll resend with your
> Ack". An Ack is a positive thing, not lack of discovery of further
I'm really sorry if the tone of my message sounded harsh to you, it
wasn't meant like that at all.
> Rather, it is more like "I'll wait for your Acks and then I'll
> resend with your Ack", or "If they look good, reply with Ack and let
> the maintainer pick them up".
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