On Thu, Jul 04, 2013 at 01:03:31PM +0300, Orgad Shaneh wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 1:01 PM, Fredrik Gustafsson <iv...@iveqy.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, Jul 04, 2013 at 12:47:28PM +0300, Orgad Shaneh wrote:
> >> If a prepare-commit-msg hook is used, git gui executes it for "New Commit".
> >> If the "New Commit" is selected, and then immediately "Amend" (before
> >> the hook returns), when the hook returns the message is replaced with
> >> the one produced by the hook.
> > I don't get it. The message from the hook is replaced with the message
> > from the hook?
> > What I don't get is how you can amend to a commit that doesn't yet
> > exists. How is that possible?
> Did I say anything about a commit that doesn't exist? I have a commit
> which I want to amend. If I click the Amend button before the hook is
> done, this commit's message is replaced (in the editor, not the actual
> commit) with the hook's result.
When you click on amend the prepare-commit-msg hook is runned. But you
say that you click amend before "the hook is done". Which hook are you
talking about in this case? Are you clicking twice on amend?
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