From: "Duy Nguyen" <pclo...@gmail.com>
On Tue, Aug 16, 2016 at 12:26 PM, Jacob Keller <jacob.kel...@gmail.com>
They can just add "squash! cover! <series>" commits for that ;-) Though
likely the advanced workflow would be used... We'll need both (more
Or even better, "git commit --reword $SHA1" brings up the editor with
commit message of $SHA1. Modify any way you want and it creates a new
empty, "reword!" commit that contains the diff between the old commit
message and the new one. "reword!" can be consumed by "rebase -i
--autosquash" without bringing up the editor again. I realize making
"git commit --reword" run multiple times would be tricky though...
I was just thinking you write text and it gets appended to the text of
the reworded commit, and when you squash them using rebase you get to
finalize it like a normal squash?
I think that's what Phillip meant by 'squash! cover!' though I wanted
to go further, I don't want an editor popping up at rebase time,
instead 'rebase' just update cover letter automatically for me.
While we can have code that is auto merged, I don't think that I'd want to
submit a cover letter that was simply auto merged. I'd want to refresh and
re-personalise the text. As long as the flexibility in our cover letter
inclusion is there....
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