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git/advice.c

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#include "cache.h"
#include "config.h"
#include "color.h"
#include "help.h"
#include "string-list.h"
int advice_fetch_show_forced_updates = 1;
int advice_push_update_rejected = 1;
push: Provide situational hints for non-fast-forward errors Pushing a non-fast-forward update to a remote repository will result in an error, but the hint text doesn't provide the correct resolution in every case. Give better resolution advice in three push scenarios: 1) If you push your current branch and it triggers a non-fast-forward error, you should merge remote changes with 'git pull' before pushing again. 2) If you push to a shared repository others push to, and your local tracking branches are not kept up to date, the 'matching refs' default will generate non-fast-forward errors on outdated branches. If this is your workflow, the 'matching refs' default is not for you. Consider setting the 'push.default' configuration variable to 'current' or 'upstream' to ensure only your current branch is pushed. 3) If you explicitly specify a ref that is not your current branch or push matching branches with ':', you will generate a non-fast-forward error if any pushed branch tip is out of date. You should checkout the offending branch and merge remote changes before pushing again. Teach transport.c to recognize these scenarios and configure push.c to hint for them. If 'git push's default behavior changes or we discover more scenarios, extension is easy. Standardize on the advice API and add three new advice variables, 'pushNonFFCurrent', 'pushNonFFDefault', and 'pushNonFFMatching'. Setting any of these to 'false' will disable their affiliated advice. Setting 'pushNonFastForward' to false will disable all three, thus preserving the config option for users who already set it, but guaranteeing new users won't disable push advice accidentally. Based-on-patch-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com> Signed-off-by: Christopher Tiwald <christiwald@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
11 years ago
int advice_push_non_ff_current = 1;
int advice_push_non_ff_matching = 1;
int advice_push_already_exists = 1;
push: introduce REJECT_FETCH_FIRST and REJECT_NEEDS_FORCE When we push to update an existing ref, if: * the object at the tip of the remote is not a commit; or * the object we are pushing is not a commit, it won't be correct to suggest to fetch, integrate and push again, as the old and new objects will not "merge". We should explain that the push must be forced when there is a non-committish object is involved in such a case. If we do not have the current object at the tip of the remote, we do not even know that object, when fetched, is something that can be merged. In such a case, suggesting to pull first just like non-fast-forward case may not be technically correct, but in practice, most such failures are seen when you try to push your work to a branch without knowing that somebody else already pushed to update the same branch since you forked, so "pull first" would work as a suggestion most of the time. And if the object at the tip is not a commit, "pull first" will fail, without making any permanent damage. As a side effect, it also makes the error message the user will get during the next "push" attempt easier to understand, now the user is aware that a non-commit object is involved. In these cases, the current code already rejects such a push on the client end, but we used the same error and advice messages as the ones used when rejecting a non-fast-forward push, i.e. pull from there and integrate before pushing again. Introduce new rejection reasons and reword the messages appropriately. [jc: with help by Peff on message details] Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
10 years ago
int advice_push_fetch_first = 1;
int advice_push_needs_force = 1;
int advice_push_unqualified_ref_name = 1;
int advice_push_ref_needs_update = 1;
int advice_status_hints = 1;
int advice_status_u_option = 1;
int advice_status_ahead_behind_warning = 1;
int advice_commit_before_merge = 1;
int advice_reset_quiet_warning = 1;
Be more user-friendly when refusing to do something because of conflict. Various commands refuse to run in the presence of conflicts (commit, merge, pull, cherry-pick/revert). They all used to provide rough, and inconsistant error messages. A new variable advice.resolveconflict is introduced, and allows more verbose messages, pointing the user to the appropriate solution. For commit, the error message used to look like this: $ git commit foo.txt: needs merge foo.txt: unmerged (c34a92682e0394bc0d6f4d4a67a8e2d32395c169) foo.txt: unmerged (3afcd75de8de0bb5076942fcb17446be50451030) foo.txt: unmerged (c9785d77b76dfe4fb038bf927ee518f6ae45ede4) error: Error building trees The "need merge" line is given by refresh_cache. We add the IN_PORCELAIN option to make the output more consistant with the other porcelain commands, and catch the error in return, to stop with a clean error message. The next lines were displayed by a call to cache_tree_update(), which is not reached anymore if we noticed the conflict. The new output looks like: U foo.txt fatal: 'commit' is not possible because you have unmerged files. Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>' as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit, or use 'git commit -a'. Pull is slightly modified to abort immediately if $GIT_DIR/MERGE_HEAD exists instead of waiting for merge to complain. The behavior of merge and the test-case are slightly modified to reflect the usual flow: start with conflicts, fix them, and afterwards get rid of MERGE_HEAD, with different error messages at each stage. Signed-off-by: Matthieu Moy <Matthieu.Moy@imag.fr> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
13 years ago
int advice_resolve_conflict = 1;
int advice_sequencer_in_use = 1;
int advice_implicit_identity = 1;
int advice_detached_head = 1;
int advice_set_upstream_failure = 1;
int advice_object_name_warning = 1;
int advice_amworkdir = 1;
int advice_rm_hints = 1;
add: warn when adding an embedded repository It's an easy mistake to add a repository inside another repository, like: git clone $url git add . The resulting entry is a gitlink, but there's no matching .gitmodules entry. Trying to use "submodule init" (or clone with --recursive) doesn't do anything useful. Prior to v2.13, such an entry caused git-submodule to barf entirely. In v2.13, the entry is considered "inactive" and quietly ignored. Either way, no clone of your repository can do anything useful with the gitlink without the user manually adding the submodule config. In most cases, the user probably meant to either add a real submodule, or they forgot to put the embedded repository in their .gitignore file. Let's issue a warning when we see this case. There are a few things to note: - the warning will go in the git-add porcelain; anybody wanting to do low-level manipulation of the index is welcome to create whatever funny states they want. - we detect the case by looking for a newly added gitlink; updates via "git add submodule" are perfectly reasonable, and this avoids us having to investigate .gitmodules entirely - there's a command-line option to suppress the warning. This is needed for git-submodule itself (which adds the entry before adding any submodule config), but also provides a mechanism for other scripts doing submodule-like things. We could make this a hard error instead of a warning. However, we do add lots of sub-repos in our test suite. It's not _wrong_ to do so. It just creates a state where users may be surprised. Pointing them in the right direction with a gentle hint is probably the best option. There is a config knob that can disable the (long) hint. But I intentionally omitted a config knob to disable the warning entirely. Whether the warning is sensible or not is generally about context, not about the user's preferences. If there's a tool or workflow that adds gitlinks without matching .gitmodules, it should probably be taught about the new command-line option, rather than blanket-disabling the warning. Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
6 years ago
int advice_add_embedded_repo = 1;
int advice_ignored_hook = 1;
int advice_waiting_for_editor = 1;
int advice_graft_file_deprecated = 1;
checkout: add advice for ambiguous "checkout <branch>" As the "checkout" documentation describes: If <branch> is not found but there does exist a tracking branch in exactly one remote (call it <remote>) with a matching name, treat as equivalent to [...] <remote>/<branch. This is a really useful feature. The problem is that when you add another remote (e.g. a fork), git won't find a unique branch name anymore, and will instead print this unhelpful message: $ git checkout master error: pathspec 'master' did not match any file(s) known to git Now it will, on my git.git checkout, print: $ ./git --exec-path=$PWD checkout master error: pathspec 'master' did not match any file(s) known to git. hint: 'master' matched more than one remote tracking branch. hint: We found 26 remotes with a reference that matched. So we fell back hint: on trying to resolve the argument as a path, but failed there too! hint: hint: If you meant to check out a remote tracking branch on, e.g. 'origin', hint: you can do so by fully qualifying the name with the --track option: hint: hint: git checkout --track origin/<name> Note that the "error: pathspec[...]" message is still printed. This is because whatever else checkout may have tried earlier, its final fallback is to try to resolve the argument as a path. E.g. in this case: $ ./git --exec-path=$PWD checkout master pu error: pathspec 'master' did not match any file(s) known to git. error: pathspec 'pu' did not match any file(s) known to git. There we don't print the "hint:" implicitly due to earlier logic around the DWIM fallback. That fallback is only used if it looks like we have one argument that might be a branch. I can't think of an intrinsic reason for why we couldn't in some future change skip printing the "error: pathspec[...]" error. However, to do so we'd need to pass something down to checkout_paths() to make it suppress printing an error on its own, and for us to be confident that we're not silencing cases where those errors are meaningful. I don't think that's worth it since determining whether that's the case could easily change due to future changes in the checkout logic. Signed-off-by: Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason <avarab@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
5 years ago
int advice_checkout_ambiguous_remote_branch_name = 1;
int advice_submodule_alternate_error_strategy_die = 1;
int advice_add_ignored_file = 1;
int advice_add_empty_pathspec = 1;
static int advice_use_color = -1;
static char advice_colors[][COLOR_MAXLEN] = {
GIT_COLOR_RESET,
GIT_COLOR_YELLOW, /* HINT */
};
enum color_advice {
ADVICE_COLOR_RESET = 0,
ADVICE_COLOR_HINT = 1,
};
static int parse_advise_color_slot(const char *slot)
{
if (!strcasecmp(slot, "reset"))
return ADVICE_COLOR_RESET;
if (!strcasecmp(slot, "hint"))
return ADVICE_COLOR_HINT;
return -1;
}
static const char *advise_get_color(enum color_advice ix)
{
if (want_color_stderr(advice_use_color))
return advice_colors[ix];
return "";
}
static struct {
const char *name;
int *preference;
} advice_config[] = {
{ "fetchShowForcedUpdates", &advice_fetch_show_forced_updates },
{ "pushUpdateRejected", &advice_push_update_rejected },
{ "pushNonFFCurrent", &advice_push_non_ff_current },
{ "pushNonFFMatching", &advice_push_non_ff_matching },
{ "pushAlreadyExists", &advice_push_already_exists },
{ "pushFetchFirst", &advice_push_fetch_first },
{ "pushNeedsForce", &advice_push_needs_force },
{ "pushUnqualifiedRefName", &advice_push_unqualified_ref_name },
{ "pushRefNeedsUpdate", &advice_push_ref_needs_update },
{ "statusHints", &advice_status_hints },
{ "statusUoption", &advice_status_u_option },
{ "statusAheadBehindWarning", &advice_status_ahead_behind_warning },
{ "commitBeforeMerge", &advice_commit_before_merge },
{ "resetQuiet", &advice_reset_quiet_warning },
{ "resolveConflict", &advice_resolve_conflict },
{ "sequencerInUse", &advice_sequencer_in_use },
{ "implicitIdentity", &advice_implicit_identity },
{ "detachedHead", &advice_detached_head },
{ "setUpstreamFailure", &advice_set_upstream_failure },
{ "objectNameWarning", &advice_object_name_warning },
{ "amWorkDir", &advice_amworkdir },
{ "rmHints", &advice_rm_hints },
{ "addEmbeddedRepo", &advice_add_embedded_repo },
{ "ignoredHook", &advice_ignored_hook },
{ "waitingForEditor", &advice_waiting_for_editor },
{ "graftFileDeprecated", &advice_graft_file_deprecated },
{ "checkoutAmbiguousRemoteBranchName", &advice_checkout_ambiguous_remote_branch_name },
{ "submoduleAlternateErrorStrategyDie", &advice_submodule_alternate_error_strategy_die },
{ "addIgnoredFile", &advice_add_ignored_file },
{ "addEmptyPathspec", &advice_add_empty_pathspec },
/* make this an alias for backward compatibility */
{ "pushNonFastForward", &advice_push_update_rejected }
};
static struct {
const char *key;
int enabled;
} advice_setting[] = {
[ADVICE_ADD_EMBEDDED_REPO] = { "addEmbeddedRepo", 1 },
[ADVICE_AM_WORK_DIR] = { "amWorkDir", 1 },
[ADVICE_CHECKOUT_AMBIGUOUS_REMOTE_BRANCH_NAME] = { "checkoutAmbiguousRemoteBranchName", 1 },
[ADVICE_COMMIT_BEFORE_MERGE] = { "commitBeforeMerge", 1 },
[ADVICE_DETACHED_HEAD] = { "detachedHead", 1 },
[ADVICE_FETCH_SHOW_FORCED_UPDATES] = { "fetchShowForcedUpdates", 1 },
[ADVICE_GRAFT_FILE_DEPRECATED] = { "graftFileDeprecated", 1 },
[ADVICE_IGNORED_HOOK] = { "ignoredHook", 1 },
[ADVICE_IMPLICIT_IDENTITY] = { "implicitIdentity", 1 },
[ADVICE_NESTED_TAG] = { "nestedTag", 1 },
[ADVICE_OBJECT_NAME_WARNING] = { "objectNameWarning", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_ALREADY_EXISTS] = { "pushAlreadyExists", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_FETCH_FIRST] = { "pushFetchFirst", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_NEEDS_FORCE] = { "pushNeedsForce", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_REF_NEEDS_UPDATE] = { "pushRefNeedsUpdate", 1 },
/* make this an alias for backward compatibility */
[ADVICE_PUSH_UPDATE_REJECTED_ALIAS] = { "pushNonFastForward", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_NON_FF_CURRENT] = { "pushNonFFCurrent", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_NON_FF_MATCHING] = { "pushNonFFMatching", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_UNQUALIFIED_REF_NAME] = { "pushUnqualifiedRefName", 1 },
[ADVICE_PUSH_UPDATE_REJECTED] = { "pushUpdateRejected", 1 },
[ADVICE_RESET_QUIET_WARNING] = { "resetQuiet", 1 },
[ADVICE_RESOLVE_CONFLICT] = { "resolveConflict", 1 },
[ADVICE_RM_HINTS] = { "rmHints", 1 },
[ADVICE_SEQUENCER_IN_USE] = { "sequencerInUse", 1 },
[ADVICE_SET_UPSTREAM_FAILURE] = { "setUpstreamFailure", 1 },
[ADVICE_STATUS_AHEAD_BEHIND_WARNING] = { "statusAheadBehindWarning", 1 },
[ADVICE_STATUS_HINTS] = { "statusHints", 1 },
[ADVICE_STATUS_U_OPTION] = { "statusUoption", 1 },
[ADVICE_SUBMODULE_ALTERNATE_ERROR_STRATEGY_DIE] = { "submoduleAlternateErrorStrategyDie", 1 },
[ADVICE_UPDATE_SPARSE_PATH] = { "updateSparsePath", 1 },
[ADVICE_WAITING_FOR_EDITOR] = { "waitingForEditor", 1 },
};
static const char turn_off_instructions[] =
N_("\n"
"Disable this message with \"git config advice.%s false\"");
static void vadvise(const char *advice, int display_instructions,
const char *key, va_list params)
{
struct strbuf buf = STRBUF_INIT;
const char *cp, *np;
strbuf_vaddf(&buf, advice, params);
if (display_instructions)
strbuf_addf(&buf, turn_off_instructions, key);
for (cp = buf.buf; *cp; cp = np) {
np = strchrnul(cp, '\n');
fprintf(stderr, _("%shint: %.*s%s\n"),
advise_get_color(ADVICE_COLOR_HINT),
(int)(np - cp), cp,
advise_get_color(ADVICE_COLOR_RESET));
if (*np)
np++;
}
strbuf_release(&buf);
}
void advise(const char *advice, ...)
{
va_list params;
va_start(params, advice);
vadvise(advice, 0, "", params);
va_end(params);
}
int advice_enabled(enum advice_type type)
{
switch(type) {
case ADVICE_PUSH_UPDATE_REJECTED:
return advice_setting[ADVICE_PUSH_UPDATE_REJECTED].enabled &&
advice_setting[ADVICE_PUSH_UPDATE_REJECTED_ALIAS].enabled;
default:
return advice_setting[type].enabled;
}
}
void advise_if_enabled(enum advice_type type, const char *advice, ...)
{
va_list params;
if (!advice_enabled(type))
return;
va_start(params, advice);
vadvise(advice, 1, advice_setting[type].key, params);
va_end(params);
}
int git_default_advice_config(const char *var, const char *value)
{
const char *k, *slot_name;
int i;
if (!strcmp(var, "color.advice")) {
advice_use_color = git_config_colorbool(var, value);
return 0;
}
if (skip_prefix(var, "color.advice.", &slot_name)) {
int slot = parse_advise_color_slot(slot_name);
if (slot < 0)
return 0;
if (!value)
return config_error_nonbool(var);
return color_parse(value, advice_colors[slot]);
}
if (!skip_prefix(var, "advice.", &k))
return 0;
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(advice_config); i++) {
if (strcasecmp(k, advice_config[i].name))
continue;
*advice_config[i].preference = git_config_bool(var, value);
break;
}
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(advice_setting); i++) {
if (strcasecmp(k, advice_setting[i].key))
continue;
advice_setting[i].enabled = git_config_bool(var, value);
return 0;
}
return 0;
}
Be more user-friendly when refusing to do something because of conflict. Various commands refuse to run in the presence of conflicts (commit, merge, pull, cherry-pick/revert). They all used to provide rough, and inconsistant error messages. A new variable advice.resolveconflict is introduced, and allows more verbose messages, pointing the user to the appropriate solution. For commit, the error message used to look like this: $ git commit foo.txt: needs merge foo.txt: unmerged (c34a92682e0394bc0d6f4d4a67a8e2d32395c169) foo.txt: unmerged (3afcd75de8de0bb5076942fcb17446be50451030) foo.txt: unmerged (c9785d77b76dfe4fb038bf927ee518f6ae45ede4) error: Error building trees The "need merge" line is given by refresh_cache. We add the IN_PORCELAIN option to make the output more consistant with the other porcelain commands, and catch the error in return, to stop with a clean error message. The next lines were displayed by a call to cache_tree_update(), which is not reached anymore if we noticed the conflict. The new output looks like: U foo.txt fatal: 'commit' is not possible because you have unmerged files. Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>' as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit, or use 'git commit -a'. Pull is slightly modified to abort immediately if $GIT_DIR/MERGE_HEAD exists instead of waiting for merge to complain. The behavior of merge and the test-case are slightly modified to reflect the usual flow: start with conflicts, fix them, and afterwards get rid of MERGE_HEAD, with different error messages at each stage. Signed-off-by: Matthieu Moy <Matthieu.Moy@imag.fr> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
13 years ago
void list_config_advices(struct string_list *list, const char *prefix)
{
int i;
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(advice_setting); i++)
list_config_item(list, prefix, advice_setting[i].key);
}
int error_resolve_conflict(const char *me)
Be more user-friendly when refusing to do something because of conflict. Various commands refuse to run in the presence of conflicts (commit, merge, pull, cherry-pick/revert). They all used to provide rough, and inconsistant error messages. A new variable advice.resolveconflict is introduced, and allows more verbose messages, pointing the user to the appropriate solution. For commit, the error message used to look like this: $ git commit foo.txt: needs merge foo.txt: unmerged (c34a92682e0394bc0d6f4d4a67a8e2d32395c169) foo.txt: unmerged (3afcd75de8de0bb5076942fcb17446be50451030) foo.txt: unmerged (c9785d77b76dfe4fb038bf927ee518f6ae45ede4) error: Error building trees The "need merge" line is given by refresh_cache. We add the IN_PORCELAIN option to make the output more consistant with the other porcelain commands, and catch the error in return, to stop with a clean error message. The next lines were displayed by a call to cache_tree_update(), which is not reached anymore if we noticed the conflict. The new output looks like: U foo.txt fatal: 'commit' is not possible because you have unmerged files. Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>' as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit, or use 'git commit -a'. Pull is slightly modified to abort immediately if $GIT_DIR/MERGE_HEAD exists instead of waiting for merge to complain. The behavior of merge and the test-case are slightly modified to reflect the usual flow: start with conflicts, fix them, and afterwards get rid of MERGE_HEAD, with different error messages at each stage. Signed-off-by: Matthieu Moy <Matthieu.Moy@imag.fr> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
13 years ago
{
if (!strcmp(me, "cherry-pick"))
error(_("Cherry-picking is not possible because you have unmerged files."));
else if (!strcmp(me, "commit"))
error(_("Committing is not possible because you have unmerged files."));
else if (!strcmp(me, "merge"))
error(_("Merging is not possible because you have unmerged files."));
else if (!strcmp(me, "pull"))
error(_("Pulling is not possible because you have unmerged files."));
else if (!strcmp(me, "revert"))
error(_("Reverting is not possible because you have unmerged files."));
else
error(_("It is not possible to %s because you have unmerged files."),
me);
if (advice_resolve_conflict)
Be more user-friendly when refusing to do something because of conflict. Various commands refuse to run in the presence of conflicts (commit, merge, pull, cherry-pick/revert). They all used to provide rough, and inconsistant error messages. A new variable advice.resolveconflict is introduced, and allows more verbose messages, pointing the user to the appropriate solution. For commit, the error message used to look like this: $ git commit foo.txt: needs merge foo.txt: unmerged (c34a92682e0394bc0d6f4d4a67a8e2d32395c169) foo.txt: unmerged (3afcd75de8de0bb5076942fcb17446be50451030) foo.txt: unmerged (c9785d77b76dfe4fb038bf927ee518f6ae45ede4) error: Error building trees The "need merge" line is given by refresh_cache. We add the IN_PORCELAIN option to make the output more consistant with the other porcelain commands, and catch the error in return, to stop with a clean error message. The next lines were displayed by a call to cache_tree_update(), which is not reached anymore if we noticed the conflict. The new output looks like: U foo.txt fatal: 'commit' is not possible because you have unmerged files. Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>' as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit, or use 'git commit -a'. Pull is slightly modified to abort immediately if $GIT_DIR/MERGE_HEAD exists instead of waiting for merge to complain. The behavior of merge and the test-case are slightly modified to reflect the usual flow: start with conflicts, fix them, and afterwards get rid of MERGE_HEAD, with different error messages at each stage. Signed-off-by: Matthieu Moy <Matthieu.Moy@imag.fr> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
13 years ago
/*
* Message used both when 'git commit' fails and when
* other commands doing a merge do.
*/
advise(_("Fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>'\n"
"as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit."));
return -1;
}
void NORETURN die_resolve_conflict(const char *me)
{
error_resolve_conflict(me);
die(_("Exiting because of an unresolved conflict."));
Be more user-friendly when refusing to do something because of conflict. Various commands refuse to run in the presence of conflicts (commit, merge, pull, cherry-pick/revert). They all used to provide rough, and inconsistant error messages. A new variable advice.resolveconflict is introduced, and allows more verbose messages, pointing the user to the appropriate solution. For commit, the error message used to look like this: $ git commit foo.txt: needs merge foo.txt: unmerged (c34a92682e0394bc0d6f4d4a67a8e2d32395c169) foo.txt: unmerged (3afcd75de8de0bb5076942fcb17446be50451030) foo.txt: unmerged (c9785d77b76dfe4fb038bf927ee518f6ae45ede4) error: Error building trees The "need merge" line is given by refresh_cache. We add the IN_PORCELAIN option to make the output more consistant with the other porcelain commands, and catch the error in return, to stop with a clean error message. The next lines were displayed by a call to cache_tree_update(), which is not reached anymore if we noticed the conflict. The new output looks like: U foo.txt fatal: 'commit' is not possible because you have unmerged files. Please, fix them up in the work tree, and then use 'git add/rm <file>' as appropriate to mark resolution and make a commit, or use 'git commit -a'. Pull is slightly modified to abort immediately if $GIT_DIR/MERGE_HEAD exists instead of waiting for merge to complain. The behavior of merge and the test-case are slightly modified to reflect the usual flow: start with conflicts, fix them, and afterwards get rid of MERGE_HEAD, with different error messages at each stage. Signed-off-by: Matthieu Moy <Matthieu.Moy@imag.fr> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
13 years ago
}
void NORETURN die_conclude_merge(void)
{
error(_("You have not concluded your merge (MERGE_HEAD exists)."));
if (advice_resolve_conflict)
advise(_("Please, commit your changes before merging."));
die(_("Exiting because of unfinished merge."));
}
void advise_on_updating_sparse_paths(struct string_list *pathspec_list)
{
struct string_list_item *item;
if (!pathspec_list->nr)
return;
fprintf(stderr, _("The following pathspecs didn't match any"
" eligible path, but they do match index\n"
"entries outside the current sparse checkout:\n"));
for_each_string_list_item(item, pathspec_list)
fprintf(stderr, "%s\n", item->string);
advise_if_enabled(ADVICE_UPDATE_SPARSE_PATH,
_("Disable or modify the sparsity rules if you intend"
" to update such entries."));
}
void detach_advice(const char *new_name)
{
const char *fmt =
_("Note: switching to '%s'.\n"
"\n"
"You are in 'detached HEAD' state. You can look around, make experimental\n"
"changes and commit them, and you can discard any commits you make in this\n"
"state without impacting any branches by switching back to a branch.\n"
"\n"
"If you want to create a new branch to retain commits you create, you may\n"
"do so (now or later) by using -c with the switch command. Example:\n"
"\n"
" git switch -c <new-branch-name>\n"
"\n"
"Or undo this operation with:\n"
"\n"
" git switch -\n"
"\n"
"Turn off this advice by setting config variable advice.detachedHead to false\n\n");
fprintf(stderr, fmt, new_name);
}