On 3 September 2012 18:13, Antony Male <antony.m...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday, 3 September 2012 12:19:11 UTC+1, Mauro Sanna wrote:
>>
>> Then I do a git checkout master, git merge devel and push and all done.
>> I always have done this but now, in a new application, when I do git merge
>> devel into master it asks me for a commit message.
>
>
> In version 1.7.10, git started prompting for a commit message after every
> merge. The rationale behind this is explained in Junio's (the maintainer's)
> blog post [1]

Ok but, why it don't ask for a commit message when used in some other projects?
.git/config is the same.
Perhaps because I've set the repository using git before 1.7.10?
>
> Antony
>
> [1]: http://git-blame.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/anticipating-git-1710.html
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