[TxMt] Re: softWrap always on in Git commit messages
patrick.polloni at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 11:56:57 UTC 2012
I don't know if things are related, but I had a similar issue with php files. It's seems that when you put softWrap to false wrapColumn takes place.
A work around I've found is to put
softWrap = false
wrapColumn = 1000 (or a very high number difficult to reach as line length)
Probably a bad solution, but was the only way to stop the text to wrap.
On 11 Jan 2012, at 23:55, Adam Sharp wrote:
> On 11/01/2012, at 7:13 PM, Christopher Creutzig wrote:
>> Have you tried
>> [ text.git-commit ]
>> softWrap = false
> Ok, so here's what's happening at the moment. I replaced the [ .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG ] section with your suggestion, then when I tried to commit, the file type was being set as Markdown. I tried commenting out everything else in my .tm_properties, still interpreted as Markdown. I then started a commit, manually changed the file type at the bottom of the window, cancelled the commit, and then next time I tried to commit it remembered the file type.
> So that's good, but now when I set softWrap = true, the soft wrap indicator turns off, and softWrap = false turns the indicator on. And regardless of the setting, the text still soft wraps. Kinda weird.
>> Also, in the Bundle Editor, you'll find that under
>> Git/Settings/Style: Diff, softWrap is explicitly disabled for the diffs.
>> I'd guess you can do the same thing for text.git-commit as well, but the
>> above setting in tm_properties should do that, too.
> Topping it off, I tried this and it also turns the soft wrap indicator *on*.
> Thanks for the suggestions so far.
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