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* git completion: does not know "git switch"
@ 2019-09-02 14:59 Vincent Lefevre
  2019-09-02 16:45 ` Oliver Kiddle
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 5+ messages in thread
From: Vincent Lefevre @ 2019-09-02 14:59 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: zsh-workers

If I do "git sw[Tab]", zsh does not find any completion.
It should complete to "git switch".

This is in Debian/unstable, but it seems that
https://sourceforge.net/p/zsh/code/ci/master/tree/Completion/Unix/Command/_git
does not know "git switch" either.

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* Re: git completion: does not know "git switch"
  2019-09-02 14:59 git completion: does not know "git switch" Vincent Lefevre
@ 2019-09-02 16:45 ` Oliver Kiddle
  2019-09-04  0:29   ` Sebastian Gniazdowski
  2019-09-04  8:20   ` Vincent Lefevre
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 5+ messages in thread
From: Oliver Kiddle @ 2019-09-02 16:45 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: zsh-workers

Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> If I do "git sw[Tab]", zsh does not find any completion.
> It should complete to "git switch".

% git switch -h
git: 'switch' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.

On further investigation, it seems git switch and restore are new
features of 2.23.0. We're always going to be playing catchup to some
extent. Even where external projects include zsh completions, there
tends to be a lag. The last update to _git on 17 July brought it in
line with git 2.22.0 but you might not want to use that function with
zsh 5.7.1 for other reasons.

We'd be happy to accept any patches to support the new features.

Oliver

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* Re: git completion: does not know "git switch"
  2019-09-02 16:45 ` Oliver Kiddle
@ 2019-09-04  0:29   ` Sebastian Gniazdowski
  2019-09-04  8:20   ` Vincent Lefevre
  1 sibling, 0 replies; 5+ messages in thread
From: Sebastian Gniazdowski @ 2019-09-04  0:29 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Oliver Kiddle; +Cc: Zsh hackers list

On Mon, 2 Sep 2019 at 18:46, Oliver Kiddle <okiddle@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On further investigation, it seems git switch and restore are new
> features of 2.23.0. We're always going to be playing catchup to some
> extent. Even where external projects include zsh completions, there
> tends to be a lag. The last update to _git on 17 July brought it in
> line with git 2.22.0 but you might not want to use that function with
> zsh 5.7.1 for other reasons.
>
> We'd be happy to accept any patches to support the new features.

Maybe it makes sense to use git help -a? Like in the following (little
diverging to other sub-functions) function:

https://github.com/zdharma/fast-syntax-highlighting/blob/57fbac0462dcccd69c776681d4ba9de097979e1f/chroma/-git.ch#L608

?

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* Re: git completion: does not know "git switch"
  2019-09-02 16:45 ` Oliver Kiddle
  2019-09-04  0:29   ` Sebastian Gniazdowski
@ 2019-09-04  8:20   ` Vincent Lefevre
  2019-09-26 21:09     ` Oliver Kiddle
  1 sibling, 1 reply; 5+ messages in thread
From: Vincent Lefevre @ 2019-09-04  8:20 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: zsh-workers

On 2019-09-02 18:45:12 +0200, Oliver Kiddle wrote:
> Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> > If I do "git sw[Tab]", zsh does not find any completion.
> > It should complete to "git switch".
> 
> % git switch -h
> git: 'switch' is not a git command. See 'git --help'.
> 
> On further investigation, it seems git switch and restore are new
> features of 2.23.0. We're always going to be playing catchup to some
> extent. Even where external projects include zsh completions, there
> tends to be a lag. The last update to _git on 17 July brought it in
> line with git 2.22.0 but you might not want to use that function with
> zsh 5.7.1 for other reasons.
> 
> We'd be happy to accept any patches to support the new features.

It seems that the git developers provide completions for bash and zsh:

# bash/zsh completion support for core Git.
[...]

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* Re: git completion: does not know "git switch"
  2019-09-04  8:20   ` Vincent Lefevre
@ 2019-09-26 21:09     ` Oliver Kiddle
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 5+ messages in thread
From: Oliver Kiddle @ 2019-09-26 21:09 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Vincent Lefevre; +Cc: Zsh workers

On 4 Sep, Vincent Lefevre wrote:
> It seems that the git developers provide completions for bash and zsh:

They do that with a single function to handle both bash and zsh so it
is dumbed down to the feature level of a bash completion. That may get
you support for new features sooner and the function may be faster but
you'll lose descriptions and many nice features from zsh's _git. It also
seems to be completely broken in my setup for some reason.

The following patch adds support for git switch and restore. They are
simplified subsets of functionality hitherto handled by git checkout.
And, they're actually much nicer with shell completion because fewer
things can be completed.

I've also updated other options for git 2.23.
I added a few missing config options but quickly got bored and gave up.
Would probably be wise to make use of git help -c there.

Oliver

diff --git a/Completion/Unix/Command/_git b/Completion/Unix/Command/_git
index afe62915d..29fa379a7 100644
--- a/Completion/Unix/Command/_git
+++ b/Completion/Unix/Command/_git
@@ -451,26 +451,27 @@ _git-checkout () {
   declare -A opt_args
 
   _arguments -C -s \
-    '(-q --quiet --progress)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress progress reporting]' \
+    '(-q --quiet)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress progress reporting]' \
     '(-f --force -m --merge --conflict --patch)'{-f,--force}'[force branch switch/ignore unmerged entries]' \
     '(-q --quiet -2 --ours -3 --theirs --patch)'{-2,--ours}'[check out stage #2 for unmerged paths]' \
     '(-q --quiet -2 --ours -3 --theirs --patch)'{-3,--theirs}'[check out stage #3 for unmerged paths]' \
-    '(   -B --orphan -2 --ours -3 --theirs --conflict --patch --detach)-b+[create a new branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
-    '(-b    --orphan -2 --ours -3 --theirs --conflict --patch --detach)-B+[create or update branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
-    '(-t --track --orphan --patch --detach)'{-t,--track}'[set up configuration so pull merges from the base commit]' \
+    '(   -B --orphan -2 --ours -3 --theirs --conflict --patch -d --detach)-b+[create a new branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
+    '(-b    --orphan -2 --ours -3 --theirs --conflict --patch -d --detach)-B+[create or update branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
+    '(-t --track --orphan --patch -d --detach)'{-t,--track}'[set up configuration so pull merges from the base commit]' \
     '(--patch)--no-track[override the branch.autosetupmerge configuration variable]' \
     $new_branch_reflog_opt \
-    '(-b -B -t --track --patch --orphan)--detach[detach the HEAD at named commit]' \
-    '(-b -B -t --track --patch --detach)--orphan=[create a new orphan branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
+    '(-b -B -t --track --patch --orphan -d --detach)'{-d,--detach}'[detach the HEAD at named commit]' \
+    '(-b -B -t --track --patch -d --detach)--orphan=[create a new orphan branch based at given commit]: :__git_branch_names' \
     '(-q --quiet -f --force -m --merge --conflict --patch)'{-m,--merge}'[3way merge current branch, working tree and new branch]' \
     '(-q --quiet -f --force -m --merge --patch)--conflict=[same as --merge, using given merge style]:style:(merge diff3)' \
     '(-)'{-p,--patch}'[interactively select hunks in diff between given tree-ish and working tree]' \
     "--ignore-skip-worktree-bits[don't limit pathspecs to sparse entries only]" \
-    "--no-guess[don't second guess 'git checkout <no-such-branch>']" \
+    "--no-guess[don't second guess 'git checkout <no-such-branch>']" '!(--no-guess)--guess' \
     "--ignore-other-worktrees[don't check if another worktree is holding the given ref]" \
     '--recurse-submodules=-[control recursive updating of submodules]::checkout:__git_commits' \
     '--no-overlay[remove files from index or working tree that are not in the tree-ish]' \
-    '(-q --quiet)--progress[force progress reporting]' \
+    '(-q --quiet --progress)--no-progress[suppress progress reporting]' \
+    '--progress[force progress reporting]' \
     '(-)--[start file arguments]' \
     '*:: :->branch-or-tree-ish-or-file' && ret=0
 
@@ -484,7 +485,6 @@ _git-checkout () {
       if (( CURRENT == 1 )) && [[ -z $opt_args[(I)--] ]]; then
         # TODO: Allow A...B
         local \
-              remote_branch_noprefix_arg='remote-branch-names-noprefix::__git_remote_branch_names_noprefix' \
               tree_ish_arg='tree-ishs::__git_commits_prefer_recent' \
               file_arg='modified-files::__git_modified_files'
 
@@ -492,13 +492,13 @@ _git-checkout () {
           _alternative $tree_ish_arg && ret=0
         elif [[ -n $opt_args[(I)--track] ]]; then
           _alternative remote-branches::__git_remote_branch_names && ret=0
-        elif [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--ours|--theirs|-m|--conflict|--patch]} ]]; then
+        elif [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)--ours|--theirs|-m|--conflict|--patch|--no-guess]} ]]; then
           _alternative $tree_ish_arg $file_arg && ret=0
         else
           _alternative \
             $file_arg \
             $tree_ish_arg \
-            $remote_branch_noprefix_arg \
+            'remote-branch-names-noprefix::__git_remote_branch_names_noprefix' \
             && ret=0
         fi
 
@@ -522,6 +522,7 @@ _git-cherry-pick () {
   _arguments \
     '(- :)--quit[end revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
     '(- :)--continue[resume revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
+    '(- :)--skip[skip current commit and continue]' \
     '(- :)--abort[cancel revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
     '--cleanup=[specify how to strip spaces and #comments from message]:mode:_git_cleanup_modes' \
     '--allow-empty[preserve initially empty commits]' \
@@ -645,6 +646,7 @@ _git-clone () {
     '(-4 --ipv4 -6 --ipv6)'{-4,--ipv4}'[use IPv4 addresses only]' \
     '(-4 --ipv4 -6 --ipv6)'{-6,--ipv6}'[use IPv6 addresses only]' \
     '--filter=[object filtering]:filter:_git_rev-list_filters' \
+    '--remote-submodules[any cloned submodules will use their remote-tracking branch]' \
     ': :->repository' \
     ': :_directories' && ret=0
 
@@ -875,6 +877,7 @@ _git-fetch () {
     \*{-o+,--server-option=}'[send specified string to the server when using protocol version 2]:option' \
     '--negotiation-tip=[only report refs reachable from specified object to the server]:commit:__git_commits' \
     '--filter=[object filtering]:filter:_git_rev-list_filters' \
+    "--auto-gc[run 'gc --auto' after fetching]" \
     '*:: :->repository-or-group-or-refspec' && ret=0
 
   case $state in
@@ -1224,8 +1227,9 @@ _git-merge () {
     '(--edit --no-edit)-e[open an editor to change the commit message]' \
     '(                    --no-rerere-autoupdate)--rerere-autoupdate[allow the rerere mechanism to update the index]' \
     '(--rerere-autoupdate                       )--no-rerere-autoupdate[do not allow the rerere mechanism to update the index]' \
-    '--abort[restore the original branch and abort the merge operation]' \
-    '--continue[continue the current in-progress merge]' \
+    '(--quit --continue)--abort[restore the original branch and abort the merge operation]' \
+    '(--abort --continue)--quit[--abort but leave index and working tree alone]' \
+    '(--abort --quit)--continue[continue the current in-progress merge]' \
     '--progress[force progress reporting]' \
     '--verify[verify commit-msg hook]' \
     '*: : __git_commits -O expl:git_commit_opts'
@@ -1540,12 +1544,57 @@ _git-reset () {
   return ret
 }
 
+(( $+functions[_git-restore] )) ||
+_git-restore() {
+  local curcontext="$curcontext" state line expl ret=1
+  local -A opt_args
+
+  _arguments -C -s -S \
+    '(-s --source)'{-s,--source}'[specify which tree-ish to checkout from]:source tree:->sources' \
+    '(-S --staged)'{-S,--staged}'[restore the index]' \
+    '(-W --worktree)'{-W,--worktree}'[restore the working tree (default)]' \
+    '--ignore-unmerged[ignore unmerged entries]' \
+    '--overlay[never remove files when restoring]' '!(--overlay)--no-overlay' \
+    '(-q --quiet --no-progress)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress feedback messages]' \
+    '--recurse-submodules=-[control recursive updating of submodules]::checkout:__git_commits' \
+    '(-q --quiet --progress)--no-progress[suppress progress reporting]' \
+    '(--no-progress)--progress[force progress reporting]' \
+    '(-m --merge)'{-m,--merge}'[perform a 3-way merge with the new branch]' \
+    '--conflict=[change how conflicting hunks are presented]:conflict style [merge]:(merge diff3)' \
+    '(-2 --ours -3 --theirs -m --merge)'{-2,--ours}'[checkout our version for unmerged files]' \
+    '(-2 --ours -3 --theirs -m --merge)'{-3,--theirs}'[checkout their version for unmerged files]' \
+    '(-p --patch)'{-p,--patch}'[select hunks interactively]' \
+    "--ignore-skip-worktree-bits[don't limit pathspecs to sparse entries only]" \
+    '*:path spec:->pathspecs' && ret=0
+
+  case $state in
+    pathspecs)
+      if [[ -z ${opt_args[(I)-s|--source|-S|--staged]} ]] &&
+	# use index as a default base unless -S is specified
+	__git_ignore_line __git_modified_files
+      then
+	ret=0
+      else
+	__git_ignore_line __git_tree_files ${PREFIX:-.} ${(Qv)opt_args[(i)-s|--source]:-HEAD} && ret=0
+      fi
+    ;;
+    sources)
+      # if a path has already been specified, use it to select commits
+      git_commit_opts=(-- $line)
+      __git_commits_prefer_recent -O expl:git_commit_opts && ret=0
+    ;;
+  esac
+
+  return ret
+}
+
 (( $+functions[_git-revert] )) ||
 _git-revert () {
   _arguments -S -s \
     '(- :)--quit[end revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
     '(- :)--continue[resume revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
     '(- :)--abort[cancel revert or cherry-pick sequence]' \
+    '(- :)--skip[skip current commit and continue]' \
     '--cleanup=[specify how to strip spaces and #comments from message]:mode:_git_cleanup_modes' \
     '(-e --edit --no-edit)'{-e,--edit}'[edit the commit before committing the revert]' \
     '(-e --edit --no-edit)--no-edit[do not edit the commit message before committing the revert]' \
@@ -2031,6 +2080,58 @@ _git-subtree () {
   return ret
 }
 
+(( $+functions[_git-switch] )) ||
+_git-switch() {
+  local curcontext="$curcontext" state line expl ret=1
+  local -A opt_args
+
+  _arguments -C -s -S \
+    '(-c --create -C --force-create -d --detach --orphan --ignore-other-worktrees 1)'{-c,--create}'[create and switch to a new branch]:branch:->branches' \
+    '(-c --create -C --force-create -d --detach --orphan --ignore-other-worktrees 1)'{-C,--force-create}'[create/reset and switch to a branch]:branch:->branches' \
+    "(--guess --orphan 2)--no-guess[don't second guess 'git switch <no-such-branch>']" \
+    "(--no-guess -t --track -d --detach --orphan 2)--guess[second guess 'git switch <no-such-branch> (default)]" \
+    '(-f --force --discard-changes -m --merge --conflict)'{-f,--force,--discard-changes}'[throw away local modifications]' \
+    '(-q --quiet --no-progress)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress feedback messages]' \
+    '--recurse-submodules=-[control recursive updating of submodules]::checkout:__git_commits' \
+    '(-q --quiet --progress)--no-progress[suppress progress reporting]' \
+    '--progress[force progress reporting]' \
+    '(-m --merge --discard-changes --orphan)'{-m,--merge}'[perform a 3-way merge with the new branch]' \
+    '(--discard-changes --orphan)--conflict=[change how conflicting hunks are presented]:conflict style [merge]:(merge diff3)' \
+    '(-d --detach -c --create -C --force-create --ignore-other-worktrees --orphan --guess --no-guess 1)'{-d,--detach}'[detach HEAD at named commit]' \
+    '(-t --track --no-track --guess --orphan 1)'{-t,--track}'[set upstream info for new branch]' \
+    "(-t --track --guess --orphan 1)--no-track[don't set upstream info for a new branch]" \
+    '(-c --create -C --force-create -d --detach --ignore-other-worktrees -m --merge --conflict -t --track --guess --no-track -t --track)--orphan[create new unparented branch]: :__git_branch_names' \
+    '!--overwrite-ignore' \
+    "(-c --create -C --force-create -d --detach --orphan)--ignore-other-worktrees[don't check if another worktree is holding the given ref]" \
+    '1: :->branches' \
+    '2:start point:->start-points' && ret=0
+
+  case $state in
+    branches)
+      if [[ -n ${opt_args[(i)--guess]} ]]; then
+	# --guess is the default but if it has been explictly specified,
+	# we'll only complete remote branches
+	__git_remote_branch_names_noprefix && ret=0
+      else
+	_alternative \
+	  'branches::__git_branch_names' \
+	  'remote-branch-names-noprefix::__git_remote_branch_names_noprefix' && ret=0
+      fi
+    ;;
+    start-points)
+      if [[ -n ${opt_args[(I)-t|--track|--no-track]} ]]; then
+	# with an explicit --track, stick to remote branches
+	# same for --no-track because it'd be meaningless with anything else
+	__git_heads_remote && ret=0
+      else
+	__git_revisions && ret=0
+      fi
+    ;;
+  esac
+
+  return ret
+}
+
 (( $+functions[_git-tag] )) ||
 _git-tag () {
   _arguments \
@@ -2258,26 +2359,36 @@ __git_config_option-or-value () {
   # TODO: .path options should take absolute paths.
   declare -a git_options
   git_options=(
+    advice.fetchShowForcedUpdates:'show advice when git-fetch takes time to calculate forced updates::->bool:true'
     advice.pushNonFastForward:'show advice when git push refuses non-fast-forward refs::->bool:true'
     advice.pushUpdateRejected:'combined setting for advice.push*::->bool:true'
     advice.pushNonFFCurrent:'show advice when git push fails due to a non-fast-forward update to the current branch::->bool:true'
-    advice.pushNonFFDefault:'show advice to set push.default to "upstream" or "current" after running git-push::->bool:true'
     advice.pushNonFFMatching:'show advice when running git-push and pushed matching refs explicitly::->bool:true'
     advice.pushAlreadyExists:'show advice when git-push rejects an update that does not qualify for fast-forwarding::->bool:true'
     advice.pushFetchFirst:'show advice when git-push rejects an update that tries to overwrite a remote ref that points at unknown object::->bool:true'
     advice.pushNeedsForce:'show advice when git-push rejects an update that tries to overwrite a remote ref that points a non-commitish::->bool:true'
+    advice.pushUnqualifiedRefname:'show advice when git-push gives up trying to guess a remote ref::->bool:true'
     advice.statusHints:'show advice in output of git status::->bool:true'
     advice.statusUoption:'show advice to consider using the "-u" option to git-status when it takes more than 2 seconds::->bool:true'
     advice.commitBeforeMerge:'show advice when git merge refuses to merge::->bool:true'
+    advice.resetQuiet:'show advice to consider using the --quiet option to git-reset::->bool:true'
     advice.resolveConflict:'show advice when conflict prevents operation from being performed::->bool:true'
+    advice.sequencerInUse:'show advice shown when a sequencer command is already in progress::->bool:true'
     advice.implicitIdentity:'show advice when identity is guessed from system settings::->bool:true'
     advice.detachedHead:'show advice when entering detached-HEAD state::->bool:true'
+    advice.checkoutAmbiguousRemoteBranchName:'show advice when argument for a remote tracking branch is ambiguous::->bool:true'
     advice.amWorkDir:'show the location of the patch file when git-am fails to apply it::->bool:true'
     advice.rmHints:'show directions in case of failure in the output of git-rm(1)::->bool:true'
+    advice.addEmbeddedRepo:"show advice on what to do when you???ve accidentally added one git repo inside of another::->bool:true"
+    advice.ignoredHook:'show advice if a hook is ignored because the hook is not set as executable::->bool:true'
+    advice.waitingForEditor:'print a message to the terminal whenever Git is waiting for editor input from the user::->bool:true'
+    advice.nestedTag:'show advice if a user attempts to recursively tag a tag object::->bool:true'
     author.email:'email address used for author in commits::_email_addresses -c'
     author.name:'full name used for author in commits:name:->string'
     blame.blankboundary:'show blank SHA-1 for boundary commits::->bool:false'
+    blame.coloring:'determine the coloring scheme to be applied to blame output:scheme [none]:->string'
     blame.showroot:'show root commits as normal commits::->bool:false'
+    blame.ignoreRevsFile:'ignore revisions listed in the file:file:_files'
     blame.date:'date format to use in output::__git_date_formats:iso'
     'branch.*.description:branch description:branch description:->string'
     cvsexportcommit.cvsdir:'the default location of the CVS checkout to use for the export:cvs export dir:_directories'
@@ -2965,6 +3076,7 @@ __git_config_option-or-value () {
           alias:'command aliases'
           am:'git am options'
           apply:'git apply options'
+          blame:'git blame options'
           branch:'branch options'
           browser:'browser options'
           clean:'git clean options'
@@ -3439,6 +3551,7 @@ _git-fast-export () {
                                                                                                         rewrite\:"tag ancestor commit"))' \
     '-M-[detect moving lines in the file as well]: : :__git_guard_number "number of characters"' \
     '-C-[detect copies as well as renames with given scope]: :__git_guard_number size' \
+    '--reencode=[specify how to handle encoding header in commit objects]:mode [abort]:(yes no abort)' \
     '--export-marks=[dump internal marks table when complete]: :_files' \
     '--import-marks=[load marks before processing input]: :_files' \
     '--import-marks-if-exists=[silently skip if files does not exist]: :_files' \
@@ -3802,6 +3915,8 @@ _git-blame () {
     '(-n --show-number)'{-n,--show-number}'[show the line number in the original commit]' \
     '-s[suppress author name and timestamp]' \
     '-w[ignore whitespace when finding lines]' \
+    '--ignore-rev=[ignore specified revision when blaming]:revision:__git_revisions' \
+    '--ignore-revs-file=[ignore revisions from file]:file:_files' \
     '(--color-by-age)--color-lines[color redundant metadata from previous line differently]' \
     '(--color-lines)--color-by-age[color lines by age]' \
     '--indent-heuristic[use indent-based heuristic to improve diffs]' \
@@ -3897,7 +4012,7 @@ _git-help () {
     '(-a --all -g --guides -c --config -i --info -m --man)'{-w,--web}'[display manual for the command in HTML format]' \
     '(-g --guides -c --config -i --info -m --man -w --web)'{-g,--guides}'[prints a list of useful guides on the standard output]' \
     '(-v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[print command descriptions]' \
-    ': : _alternative commands:command:_git_commands "guides:git guides:(attributes glossary ignore modules revisions tutorial workflows)"'
+    ': : _alternative commands:command:_git_commands "guides:git guides:(attributes cli core-tutorial cvs-migration diffcore everyday glossary hooks ignore modules namespaces repository-layout revisions tutorial tutorial-2 workflows)"'
 }
 
 (( $+functions[_git-instaweb] )) ||
@@ -4624,11 +4739,17 @@ _git-commit-graph() {
   local -a args
   if [[ $words[2] = write ]]; then
     args=(
-      '--append[include all commits present in existing commit-graph file]'
+      '(--split --size-multiple --max-commits --expire-time)--append[include all commits present in existing commit-graph file]'
+      '(--append)--split[write the commit-graph as a chain of multiple commit-graph files]'
       '(--stdin-packs --stdin-commits)--reachable[walk commits starting at all refs]'
       '(--reachable --stdin-commits)--stdin-packs[only walk objects in pack-indexes read from input]'
       '(--reachable --stdin-packs)--stdin-commits[walk commits starting at commits read from input]'
+      '(--append)--size-multiple=:commits [2]'
+      '(--append)--max-commits=:commits'
+      '(--append)--expire-time=:date/time:__git_datetimes'
     )
+  elif [[ $words[2] = verify ]]; then
+    args=( '--shallow[only check the tip commit-graph file in a chain of split commit-graphs]' )
   fi
 
   _arguments $args \
@@ -4750,7 +4871,8 @@ _git-mktree () {
 _git-multi-pack-index() {
   _arguments \
     '--object-dir=[specify location of git objects]:directory:_directories' \
-    '1:verb:(write verify)'
+    '--batch-size=[during repack, select packs so as to have pack files of at least the specified size]:size' \
+    '1:verb:(write verify expire repack)'
 }
 
 (( $+functions[_git-pack-objects] )) ||
@@ -5220,6 +5342,8 @@ _git-rev-list () {
     '--use-bitmap-index[try to speed traversal using pack bitmap index if available]' \
     '--progress=-[show progress reports as objects are considered]:header' \
     '(--pretty --quiet)--header[display contents of commit in raw-format]' \
+    "--no-object-names[don't print the names of the object IDs that are found]" \
+    '!(--no-object-names)--object-names)' \
     '--timestamp[print raw commit timestamp]' \
     '(         --bisect-vars --bisect-all)--bisect[show only middlemost commit object]' \
     '(--bisect)--bisect-vars[same as --bisect, displaying shell-evalable code]' \
@@ -5789,6 +5913,7 @@ _git_commands () {
     range-diff:'compare two commit ranges'
     rebase:'forward-port local commits to the updated upstream head'
     reset:'reset current HEAD to specified state'
+    restore:'restore working tree files'
     revert:'revert existing commits'
     rm:'remove files from the working tree and from the index'
     shortlog:'summarize git log output'
@@ -5797,6 +5922,7 @@ _git_commands () {
     status:'show working-tree status'
     submodule:'initialize, update, or inspect submodules'
     subtree:'split repository into subtrees and merge them'
+    switch:'switch branches'
     tag:'create, list, delete or verify tag object signed with GPG'
     worktree:'manage multiple working dirs attached to the same repository'
   )
@@ -6524,7 +6650,12 @@ __git_recent_branches() {
 
 (( $+functions[__git_commits_prefer_recent] )) ||
 __git_commits_prefer_recent () {
-  _alternative 'recent-branches::__git_recent_branches' 'commits::__git_commits'
+  local -a argument_array_names
+  zparseopts -D -E O:=argument_array_names
+
+  _alternative \
+    'recent-branches::__git_recent_branches' \
+    "commits::__git_commits $argument_array_names"
 }
 
 (( $+functions[__git_commits] )) ||
@@ -6620,7 +6751,7 @@ __git_recent_commits () {
 
   # Careful: most %d will expand to the empty string.  Quote properly!
   # NOTE: we could use %D directly, but it's not available in git 1.9.1 at least.
-  commits=("${(f)"$(_call_program commits git --no-pager rev-list ${(q)commit_opts} -20 --format='%h%n%d%n%s\ \(%cr\)%n%p' HEAD)"}")
+  commits=("${(f)"$(_call_program commits git --no-pager rev-list -20 --format='%h%n%d%n%s\ \(%cr\)%n%p' HEAD ${(q)commit_opts})"}")
   __git_command_successful $pipestatus || return 1
 
   # h => hard-coded 'commit abcdef1234567890...' -- just discarded
@@ -7587,7 +7718,9 @@ __git_setup_fetch_options () {
     '--submodule-prefix=-[prepend <path> to paths printed in informative messages]:submodule prefix path:_files -/'
     '(-q --quiet -v --verbose --progress)'{-q,--quiet}'[suppress all output]'
     '(-q --quiet -v --verbose)'{-v,--verbose}'[output additional information]'
-    '(-q --quiet)--progress[force progress reporting]')
+    '(-q --quiet)--progress[force progress reporting]'
+    '--show-forced-updates[check for forced-updates on all updated branches]'
+  )
 }
 
 (( $+functions[__git_setup_apply_options] )) ||
@@ -7965,7 +8098,7 @@ _git() {
       '(-p --paginate -P --no-pager)'{-P,--no-pager}"[don't pipe git output into a pager]" \
       '--git-dir=-[path to repository]: :_directories' \
       '--work-tree=-[path to working tree]: :_directories' \
-      '--namespace=-[set the Git namespace]: :_directories' \
+      '--namespace=-[set the Git namespace]:namespace' \
       '--bare[use $PWD as repository]' \
       '--no-replace-objects[do not use replacement refs to replace git objects]' \
       '--literal-pathspecs[treat pathspecs literally, rather than as glob patterns]' \

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