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Re: git push with vc (or other)?

From: Tom Roche
Subject: Re: git push with vc (or other)?
Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2012 10:31:43 -0400
User-agent: GNU Emacs (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.20.1)

Tom Roche Thu, 12 Apr 2012 22:11:36 -0400
>> * I know I have code committed locally that has not been pushed

>> * vc-mode knows my remote: e.g.,

>> *vc-dir*
>> > VC backend : Git
>> > Working dir: ~/path/to/local/working/dir
>> > Branch     : master
>> > Remote     : https://address@hidden/me/project.git
>> > Stash      : Nothing stashed

>>   which is all correct.

>> * I see (emacs)>Maintaining>Version Control>Branches>VC Pull

>> But I'm not seeing anything in `info` or the mode help (for either
>> vc or git.el) about pushing. Can this be done from emacs? Is there
>> an extension I need to install?

Eli Zaretskii Fri, 13 Apr 2012 12:47:35 +0300
> Does "C-x v v" do what you want? It should generally do whatever the
> next VC operation is that one would normally want.

Apparently not in this case. When I'm in *vc-dir* with clean status
(i.e., everything committed) and do `C-x v v`, I get the message

> Registering (~/path/to/local/working/dir)... done

(which means nothing to me) and there is no change on github.

Am I doing something wrongly, or is this a bug? If so, I can file one.
It does seem like vc-git is pretty much fully functional for "the
normal git usecases," i.e., {init, status, add, rm, commit, pull,
push}, except for the latter.

FWIW, Tom Roche <address@hidden>

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