Adam Spiers wrote: > However, if I have (say) 70 repositories and only two of them have > work in progress, `mr wip' outputs about 150 lines, of which only 10 > lines are useful.
It seems to me there are two ways mr could deal with this. One way is to have per-command skip statements. Then: git_wip = git branch -v -v git status -s git_wip_skip = ! git wip And so repositories without changes would be skipped entirely. The other way is to have a way to configure it to use --quiet mode (or a similar mode) for specific commands. Perhaps the most general way to do that is to expand the alias support to allow passing parameters. -- see shy jo
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