Command line client: When updating a single item, the cm update command now forces the --cloaked flag by default.
If you specify the item you want to update, then you know for sure what you are doing, so having to add the --cloaked flag is just a hassle.
This means that, for the following directory structure:
src (controlled) |- file1.txt (controlled / cloaked) \- file2.txt (controlled)
> cm update . (Won't update file1.txt) > cm update src/* (Won't update file1.txt) > cm update src/file1.txt (Will update file1.txt) > cm update src/* --cloaked (Will update file1.txt)