I'm using mr.developer's bin/develop command to get a status of packages in my src/ folder.
When I run
It shows that all my packages have been modified. This is not helpful since I have made no changes to any of the files. So there's no way for me to assess what has changed.
What do I need to change to make bin/develop status show a more useful message?
Can it be .pyc files or other generated files not in .gitignore?
No those are in gitignore
And git status says all is ok?
When I cd to any of my packages in src/ and run
I get the following output:
On branch master
Your branch is up-to-date with 'origin/master'.
nothing to commit, working directory clean
But when I run
I get the following output
Which implies that the packages have been modified.
Then all you can do is check that you have the latest version of mr.developer and either investigate why or report a bug.
Wild, wild guess: can it have something to do with setting 'always checkout' in buildout.cfg ?
I did have this with older mr.developer versions, maybe specifically in combination with (an older) subversion, although you are using git.
Can it be that the remote url has a slight difference?