On Thu, Aug 02, 2012 at 11:38:51AM +0100, Chris Webb wrote:
> Scripts such as git rebase -i cannot currently cherry-pick commits which
> have an empty commit message, as git cherry-pick calls git commit
> without the --allow-empty-message option.
> Add an --allow-empty-message option to git cherry-pick which is passed
> through to git commit, so this behaviour can be overridden.
> Signed-off-by: Chris Webb <ch...@arachsys.com>
Sorry for the late response, but I just pulled back into town.
Having read over this thread, I think this is definately the way to go. As
discussed having cherry-pick stop and give the user a chance to fix empty
history messages by default, and providing a switch to override that behavior
makes sense to me. That said, shouldn't there be extra code here in the rebase
scripts to automate commit migration in that path as well?
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