New answers tagged

0

Not yet, but probably soonish.


1

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 ...


1

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.


0

Have you figure out the reason? I met with similar problem, and I found that it is because git is slow on my server. A single git command may take tens of millisecond on Mac OS, but it may take hundreds of millisecond on the server. This difference is negligible using command line, but Magit may execute a lot of git commands and you can notice the difference....


2

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 ...


1

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.


Top 50 recent answers are included