> From: bart9h <rodolfo.bor...@gmail.com>
> When you edit the commit message, it comes with a bunch of comments at the 
> end of the file that will be removed automatically later.
> I thought it should remove just the consecutive lines starting with # at 
> the end of the file, not lines starting with # inside the message, like:
> summary of the changes
> This is the longer explanation, and
> # this line here should not be removed.
> Am I wrong?

The commit message starts as:

    # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting
    # with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit.

Thus, all lines starting with '#' will be removed, not just the ones
at the end of the file.


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