commit message style
robertc at robertcollins.net
Fri Sep 8 01:23:05 BST 2006
On Fri, 2006-09-08 at 10:12 +1000, Martin Pool wrote:
> I think we all recognize how this helps in code; it can make our
> look good too -- and we want bzr's history to set a good example.
> You can write these easily in a commit editor or by preparing a
> as you work, or with a multi-line quoted string in bash or zsh, or in
> dvcs, or in the emacs command-line editor. The only issue is that you
> apparently cannot write a multi-line commit message in vim. That's
> really an excuse though. :-) Just write a message file first. (Or
> perhaps we should write a tiny macro to prompt for a message and
PQM does not accept multiline messages at the moment. See for context
johns alpha-quality patch to allow pqm to take more complex commands
(about 8 months back IIRC).
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