On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 12:34 AM, Kyle J. McKay <mack...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> For custom builds of Git it sometimes is inconvenient to annotate tags
>> because there simply is nothing to say, so do not require an annotation.
> It's not that hard to add -m "" to the command line:
It's not hard to type those characters, but (for me) it's hard to
remember that I have to do it.
> if you're just trying to avoid the editor or thinking up a message. Is `-m
> ""` really that inconvenient?
Yes, to me it's inconvenient, but not that much. And I think passing
an empty annotation like you suggest is even worse than not setting an
annotation at all, because I would assume if an annotation is set it's
not empty, and if it is, I would expect this to be a user error.
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