[bug 0.11] bzr ci -m allow no message to be specified

James Westby jw+debian at jameswestby.net
Thu Nov 23 19:12:58 GMT 2006

On (23/11/06 13:53), Jari Aalto wrote:
> Aaron Bentley <aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca> writes:
> > 
> > It can happen under any release.  Your command there is "commit all
> > files, with the message 'file.txt'", and I doubt that there's an
> > automatic way to detect that this is not what you meant.
> Oh, then make this alwasy require argument (like "."), so that this mistake
> does not happen by accident:
>     $ bzr ci -m file.txt      
>     Syntax error, needs file or directory "." to commit all

I don't like this idea. I think that the other proposal of asking for
confirmation if the message is the same as a file is a better one.


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