git: Quick Multi-Line Commit Messages
I don’t know why I’m quite so tickled by this, but today I learned
that you can make multi-line
git commit messages by passing multiple
$ git commit -m "Stop storing builds on CI server" -m "Who cares?" [deps-edn 6a67840f] Stop storing builds on CI server 1 file changed, 8 deletions(-) $ git show commit 6a67840f7d1aceb92521556e5043a0f928233d49 (HEAD -> deps-edn) Author: Cameron Desautels <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue Dec 13 21:22:09 2022 -0600 Stop storing builds on CI server Who cares?
Kind of awesome, right?
FWIW, the lines are not wrapped—only separated by newlines.
Hat tip to Drew Miller on Mastodon.