hg remove implicit for whole tree commits?
robin.farine at terminus.org
Sun Aug 7 09:03:54 CDT 2005
On Sunday 07 August 2005 08.58, Thomas Arendsen Hein wrote:
> * Robin Farine <robin.farine at terminus.org> [20050807 02:56]:
> > - commit without -A or --force fails in presence of files
> > 'hg status' flags with 'D' (as per above) or '?'
> Having ?-files shouldn't cause the commit to fail, but missing
> files should.
This clears my doubts about actual vs. expected behavior, thanks.
> > - commit -A fails when there are no changes on the working
> > directory but otherwise handles 'D' or '?' files
> > appropriately
> > - commit --force accepts empty changesets and succeeds in
> > presence of 'D' or '?' files but ignores them
> > - commit -A --force accepts empty changesets and takes care
> > of 'D' or '?' files
> These three are fine, and I think it already works this way.
Well, Mercurial 9c918287d10b from http://www.selenic.com/hg does not
yet include 'commit --force' and commits deleted files as removed
files but if these three points correspond to the expected
behavior, then that's fine.
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