RFC: Possibility to re-edit last commit message
Wichmann, Mats D
mats.d.wichmann at intel.com
Mon Jan 29 16:40:18 GMT 2007
>On ma, 2007-01-29 at 18:14 +0200, Jari Aalto wrote:
>> The reason why "bzr ci --re-edit" is imporartant is that
>there are many
>> non-native speaker's that make typos and grammar mistakes
>all the time.
>> We just don't notice them but only after looking the message
>> (after the commit is already happened).
>In that situation, my approach would be two-fold: a) use a spell
>checking editor and b) not worry about it much. :)
There are other kinds of mistakes. I don't worry about it
if I misspell something, but on occasion I've noticed I
punched in the wrong bug number if I'm including a bug
reference, and that is one I want to go back and fix :)
I liked the git syntax as noted by Matthieu:
Fyi, this is "commit --amend" in git.
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