[TxMt] Re: The new commit window
rdwampler at gmail.com
Thu Apr 10 03:10:15 UTC 2014
On Wed, Apr 9, 2014 at 9:41 PM, Allan Odgaard <mailinglist at textmate.org>wrote:
> On 10 Apr 2014, at 4:12, Ronald Wampler wrote:
> I’ve always found this behavior confusing and would gladly see it replaced
> with just showing the message in the commit window where the user can then
> either keep it or edit it.
> I do have a local change for the git bundle to include the last commit
>> message automatically.
> You mean always show the last commit message, even when we are not doing
> an ammend?
No, that should have read "include the last commit message automatically
when amending a commit" :(.
> As for the "enable by default", the status could be
>> change to "?" or "X", I think, so that it is not enabled by default.
> What does it mean to not have previous commit message enabled? That we are
> required to either enter a new message or enable it? I think we should
> strive for eliminating the item to clear up this confusion.
Looking at *Git → Amend...*, it appears if this is not enabled the commit
message in the text view is not used (i.e., the last commit message is
used). I agree with you that we could eliminate the item if we just auto
fill the textview with the last commit message then the user can choose to
edited it or not. This behavior would be consistent with the way amending a
commit works when running "git commit --amend" from the command line.
Related to this I realize I forgot to implement the --log option. I will be
submitting a patch soon to fix this regression.
> I am willing to submit pull requests to make the necessary changes to the
>> git bundle to accommodate your comments, if that would be something of
>> general interest.
> I would be happy to merge a pull request for showing last commit message
> for ammend (not in general), not opening HTML output window for cancel, and
> setting auto-save frame name for commit window.
Thanks, I will submit patches soon.
> Tbh I am not too happy about the look of the bottom bar, but I haven’t
> been able to come up with something better.
Agreed. Unfortunately, I can't think of anything neither.
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