Commit selects all modified files by default all the time

Philippe P 8 months ago updated by Thomas Singer 8 months ago 0

More often than not, a commit means to commit everything.  It often happens that I commit the single selected file rather than everything because I failed to first select all the files.  Or I am looking at the index and that is what I commit.

Maybe a warning "you will not commit everything, is that what you want?"  Maybe an alternate "instant commit" that picks up all the modifications.


If no changes are staged and the Commit triggered from the Commit view (not the dialog), it will show a dialog whether to commit all.