[BUG] can't commit strict
aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca
Sat Nov 11 19:14:05 GMT 2006
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When I do:
$ bzr clean-tree
$ bzr commit -m "Add help, update navigation"
bzr: ERROR: Commit refused because there are unknown files in the
Commit message saved. To reuse the message, do
bzr commit --file /home/abentley/Bundle-Buggy/bzr-commit-1eOEYV
I think we've really gone down the wrong path here.
1. Instead of the band-aid of saving commit messages, we should make
sure never to ask a user for a commit message unless their commit will
2. We should only save the commit message IF the commit fails
3. We should *never* save a commit message supplied with -m.
4. Adding bzr-commit- to the default ignore does not seem to worked.
This is really, really, frustrating. It makes me want to make -m mandatory.
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