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I agree with tarsius that Forge doesn't appear to support that operation, but I disagree with his philosophy slightly. If a feature that doesn't exist would be useful to you, you should create it! I so rarely label github issues that I've never thought to create a label from within Magit, but maybe I can help some. The API endpoint you need is documented at ...


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First: a variable can not have two different values at the same time. (setq smerge-command-prefix "\C-cv") (setq smerge-command-prefix "\C-c\C-v") Second: to use this prefix the above variable has to be set before smerge-mode is loaded. So either ensure that (setq smerge-command-prefix "\C-cv") is eval'd before you use (or ...


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See C-hig (emacs)VC With A Merging VCS If you open vc-dir with C-xvd you can mark files with m -- or M to mark all files in a particular state -- and then C-xvv will act on all of those files. For Git specifically, Magit provides a nicer UI than VC. If you use Git a lot, then definitely check it out -- it's well worth learning to use.


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There's no support for that. I feel this is the sort of thing that one has to do infrequently enough for it to be okay to have to do it using the web interface.


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