here too although it's already starting to degrade
as much as I'm complaining, git has very cool lower-level layers. if I have the motivation I might one day do something that gives mercurial-style commands on top of the low-level git storage
you'd get a mercurial-style command-line user interface, but still git & github
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arigato: what you are describing sounds a lot like hggit, doesn't it?
as far as I can tell, no, because hggit does not attempt to do the sane "mercurial" thing about either named branches or renames
and the low-level git is flexible enough that it should be possible and fun to implement it (without using hacks like adding special lines in the log messages)
yes, probably the same mechanism which is used by git-notes?
no, unlikely, git-notes is used to store extra notes in a non-git-managed way
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