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Re: Total beginner question

From: GŁnter Dannoritzer <dannoritzer_at_web.de>
Date: 2005-04-08 23:09:57 CEST

Hi,

Mike Melanson wrote:
...
>
> Looks like 'vi' is set as your default editor. Not the most
> intuitive choice. Exit using a colon ':', followed by 'q', then press
> enter. That would commit a blank message. If you want a more sane editor
> without having to become a total haX0r, set your editor to be GNU nano.
> Type 'which nano' to find the path to it, then type 'export
> EDITOR=/path/to/nano'. You may wish to set this up in your .bash_profile
> as well (this all assumes you are using the bash shell).
>
> Hope this helps...

I think if I am not totally wrong you also need to consider the
editor-cmd setting in ~/.subversion/config

If that is configured and set to vi e.g., the EDITOR variable is not
considered.

Guenter

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