hg commit doesn't catch changes made during editing of commit
rlb at defaultvalue.org
Fri Sep 23 01:33:44 CDT 2005
Bryan O'Sullivan <bos at serpentine.com> writes:
> The trouble is, that's an obnoxious behaviour, too. What happens if
> you've just typed in a detailed commit message into your editor and the
> commit gets rolled back? Poof! No more commit message.
> I'm not trying to defend the status quo, but I don't want to move the
> badness around, either :-)
Hmm, good point. Perhaps mercurial could just leave the commit
message and tell the user where it is:
$ hg commit ...
Error: detected modifications during the commit (commit aborted).
The pending commit message has been left in /tmp/a4ddfOP.
> This is now fixed: http://hg.serpentine.com/mercurial/bos
>> It would also be nice if there were some way to abort a commit (for
>> example, if you realize you've made some kind of mistake while editing
>> the commit message).
> There is; just exit from the editor without modifying the commit text.
Ahh, OK. Thanks.
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