author: Ori Bernstein <email@example.com>
date: Sun Aug 22 20:22:04 EDT 2021
git/commit: remove trailing 'subst -g' the subst utility no longer supports a '-g' flag, but this was left behind in commit; this means that the lines listing modified files were not correctly commented in the commit header. This is mostly harmless, but when using an editor like sam to edit the commit message, the modified lines would have to be removed manually.
--- a/sys/src/cmd/git/commit Sun Aug 22 13:47:38 2021
+++ b/sys/src/cmd/git/commit Sun Aug 22 20:22:04 2021
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
for(p in $parents)
echo '# parent:' $p
- git/walk -fAMR $files | subst -g '^' '# '
+ git/walk -fAMR $files | subst '^' '# '
echo '# Commit message:'