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commit 5ec9a8c214159e9dfef0cf44669d563d55e29cd3
parent 4517ceb56e30c7e208bb063dc23d77e7c621bf0e
Author: rsiddharth <s@ricketyspace.net>
Date:   Sun, 10 Jul 2016 21:42:42 +0000

add rule ".".

if a repo has a rule set to ".", then all files will be staged and committed.

* README.org (rules): add new rule ".".
(config): update example config to illustrate the "." rule.
* git-difme.scm (build-stage-regex): accommodate new rule ".".

Diffstat:
README.org | 6+++---
examples/config | 2+-
git-difme.scm | 3++-
3 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.org b/README.org @@ -16,6 +16,7 @@ file types: - modified file (M). - deleted file (D). - untracked file (?). + - all files (.). the rules are defined per git repository in the config file. @@ -34,7 +35,7 @@ function: (list '("/path/to/git/repo/foo" "M" "D" "?") '("/path/to/git/repo/bar" "M") '("/path/to/git/repo/baz" "M" "?") - '("/path/to/git/repo/frb"))) + '("/path/to/git/repo/frb" "."))) #+END_SRC - for repo ~foo~, git difm will only stage and commit modified (M), @@ -43,8 +44,7 @@ function: files. - for repo ~baz~, git difm will only stage and commit modified (M) and untracked (?) files. -- for repo ~frb~, git difm will only stage and commit all types of - files. +- for repo ~frb~, git difm will stage and commit all files. ** installing diff --git a/examples/config b/examples/config @@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ (list '("/path/to/git/repo/foo" "M" "D" "?") '("/path/to/git/repo/bar" "M") '("/path/to/git/repo/baz" "M" "?") - '("/path/to/git/repo/frb"))) + '("/path/to/git/repo/frb" "."))) diff --git a/git-difme.scm b/git-difme.scm @@ -130,7 +130,8 @@ the commit message will be in the following format: (define (build-stage-regex rules) "build stage regex based on RULES." (let ((regex "^")) - (cond ((null? rules) (string-append regex ".")) + (cond ((null? rules) (string-append regex "$")) + ((member "." rules) ".") (else (string-append regex "[" (string-concatenate rules) "]")))))