It will be possible and is already doable but with no ui support.
You can use these messages:
contentOfFileNamed: 'relative/path/from/git/repo/root’ commit: repository headCommit id
saveContent: ‘bla’ inWorkingCopyFile: ‘relative/path/from/git/repo/root’.
It adds the file to the git index. You still need to commit the index with the message #commitIndexWithMessage:andParents: after the file is written. Also, take care to not write Pharo code after that as it will override your working copy.
> Le 16 avr. 2017 à 12:26, Peter Uhnak <[hidden email]> a écrit :
> is Iceberg (or its git subsytem) capable of more than just Pharo code management?
> More specifically, would it be possible with Iceberg to commit e.g. a change to a README.md or .travis.yml file in the repository?