Duy Nguyen wrote:
> I was involved with this code (the gitdir setup code, not submodule)
> and am interested to know what's going on too. Could you produce a
> small script to reproduce it?
Here's your reduced testcase. Just point mygit to a HEAD build.
$mygit clone https://github.com/artagnon/clayoven
$mygit submodule add https://github.com/lewang/flx .elisp/flx
$mygit commit -a -m "Added submodule"
ln -s clayoven/.elisp
EDITOR="emacs -Q" git commit --amend
# buffer-file-name = "/tmp/.git/modules/.elisp/flx/COMMIT_EDITMSG"
Note that this is emacs 24.3. I used -Q to make sure that none of my
init magic (magit etc.) was responsible for changing directories or
doing something equally stupid. However, considering that it's
impossible to reproduce the problem with either cat or vim as the
EDITOR, you might be inclined to classify this as an Emacs bug. In
that case, why can't I reproduce it without submodules?
I'm going off to eat cake before I tear my hair out in frustration.
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