On 2014-03-06 13:30:56 +0100, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Thursday 2014-03-06 11:08, Marcus Huewe wrote:
+ if [ -n "$just_edit" -o -n
"$template" ]; then
+ echo "-m, -e and -t are mutually exclusive!"
Speaking of which: why _are_ -m and -e exclusive? -m gives the
message and -e invokes the editor. To me, that's not a conflict. Git
can do it, so osc should too.
-e opens the editor without adding a "header".
-m just adds a message (+ header) to the file and does not invoke the
I can also add support for "-e -m <text>":
- add header + text
- invoke editor
(that is what -t <text> is doing).
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