When you have a project with many modules (10+) in separate repositories (modularity at all costs), it's hard to manage them together. There's already a topic about multi push / sync (https://smartgit.userecho.com/topics/219-multiple-push-sync/), what I'm missing beyond those, is committing together.
Let's say you're working on a bigger feature that affects 50% of your repos. Staging the changes individually in each repo is unavoidable I think, but when you're finished with it, you need to commit them one-by-one. Even though your commit message will be the same for all (usually).
Here, an enhanced commit window (where all staged changes for the selected repos could be listed, groupped by the repos) would be very useful, and you would need do only a single commit, with the same commit message for all, in one step. Any chance for such feature?
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