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Allow commit messages starting from «#» #446

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maaaks opened this Issue May 2, 2015 · 1 comment

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maaaks commented May 2, 2015

In my ~/.gitconfig, I have following lines:

[core]
    commentchar = ";"

It works fine for Git's CLI, so I am able to make commit messages starting with «#», and these lines are not parsed as comments.

But in git-cola (v2.0.6, Ubuntu 15.04), I still can't make such commit. It says «Aborting commit due to empty commit message.»

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It is similar with issue #383, but the fix hardcoded to deal with '#'

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Vdragon commented May 2, 2015

It is similar with issue #383, but the fix hardcoded to deal with '#'

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