[Kmymoney-devel] git help
asoliverez at kde.org
Wed Dec 28 19:02:40 UTC 2011
Are you sure you pushed your changed to kde's git? Or did you just
commit it locally?
As Jack said, the change only gets to the server when you git push it.
On Wed, Dec 28, 2011 at 2:06 PM, Jack <ostroffjh at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> On 2011.12.28 11:43, Fernando Vilas wrote:
>> I just pushed a small change into master. We used to be able to put
>> a message with each commit, and tie it to a bug with keywords. I have seen
>> these still work with git. How can I make git prompt me for a commit message
>> when I push, like SVN used to do?
> If you don't use -m as Yuri suggests, git should still bring up an editor
> for you to add the message when you do the commit. Note that the message
> goes with the commit, not with the push. This is a big difference between
> svn and git. In svn, only the (remote) repository is "official" so pushing
> your changes is what commits them. git is a distributed system, so it
> considers your local repository as valid as the remote one. "git commit" is
> a local command, and "git push" just copies it to the remote repository.
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