On Wed, Jun 12, 2013 at 02:41:25PM +0200, Matthieu Moy wrote:
> Mathieu Liénard--Mayor <mathieu.lienard--ma...@ensimag.fr> writes:
> > $ git status
> > # HEAD detached from ecb9f3e
> > # You are currently editing a832578... my_commit_message [3/5] while
> > rebasing.
> Showing the commit message here is too much IMHO. With a typical
> 50-characters message, it already gives
> # You are currently editing a832578
> __________________________________________________ [3/5] while rebasing
> and we usually try to fit everything on a 80-columns terminal.
> My vote would go for just showing the short sha1. The user can run "git
> show $sha1" to get more information if needed, it's just a copy-paste
> away. If we want to show the commit message, it should be on its own
I agree. I liked your earlier suggestion of adding something like
"(applying 1d3fb08, 2/5)". Where "applying" should be "cherry picking"
or "reverting" when appropriate.
I actually think this should be the only change to the default status
output, additional information on the full list of commits being applied
should either come from "git rebase --status" or some new flag to "git
status" which is off by default.
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