On 08/05/2013 16:57, Konstantin Khomoutov wrote:
In which use cases there are comment lines mixed with the commit
message?


I, for one, do not know.  I can make a wild guess: in certain
situations a commit message might end up being composed out of several
templates, each inserting its own comments.  This is a pure
speculation, though.

The default commit message you're presented with when you use `git rebase -i` to squash two commits together uses this format: first commit message, comment, second commit message, comment. Not removing the comment lines on commit here would leave an ugly message.

Antony

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