||Wed 2014-07-30 11:12|
|I thought partial committing was great when I first saw it, a much better way for mortals to work, and only experts could make a change in the file system perfect first time and commit it in one go :)|
But yes, git is full of things like that where a "do it right" option is added later and people differ in which one they use most commonly. And also yes, it's what your fingers normally type, not what the unadorned command is...
In fact, what I probably want actually is similar to "git commit -a", but shows the proposed changes without changing the index, and only proceeds if I hit return. I should script that...