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    • Jonas Bernoulli's avatar
      magit-message: new function · ebce5418
      Jonas Bernoulli authored
      Add new function `magit-message' as a substitute for `message' to be
      used when the usefulness of a particular message is being disputed.  Add
      new option `magit-no-message' to allow users to configure which messages
      should not be displayed by `magit-message'.
      
      Re #2662.
      ebce5418
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    • Kyle Meyer's avatar
      autorevert: fix autoload-related errors · ddcf4f64
      Kyle Meyer authored
      * Make sure magit-revert-buffers is defined when magit-autoloads.el is
        loaded because it will be used with :init-value.
      
      * Avoid a recursive loading error that results from the
        magit-auto-revert-mode command being autoloaded.
      ddcf4f64
    • Jonas Bernoulli's avatar
      revert buffers using a globalized variant of auto-revert-mode · f916cd03
      Jonas Bernoulli authored
      Replace the old magit-specific auto-revert implementation with the
      mode `magit-auto-revert-mode', a globalized variant of the built-in
      `auto-revert-mode'.  By default Magit still explicitly triggers the
      reverts after running git for side-effects.  Automatic reverts are
      still enabled by default, and Magit is less verbose about it.  The
      behavior can be tuned using `magit-auto-revert-' and `auto-revert-'
      options.
      
      The main benefit of this change is that this implementation caches
      whether a file is tracked or not.  The old implementation determined
      this on every revert cycle, which did not perform well when there
      were many open buffers and/or many tracked files.
      f916cd03