On Sun, Jul 17, 2011 at 8:44 PM, Andrew Dunstan <andrew(at)dunslane(dot)net> wrote:
> My understanding of git notes is that they can be added after a commit
> without changing the commit - indeed that's apparently a large part of their
> raison d'être:
> A typical use of notes is to supplement a commit message without
> changing the commit itself. Notes can be shown by git log along with
> the original commit message.
Right... but it's still append-only, and I think that there is little
reason to suppose that append-only is what we want or need here.
> It is a pity that you can't define extra fields as is suggested above.
Agreed. The 'git way' is apparently to add things like:
Reviewed-by: So And So <so(at)so(dot)com>
at the end of the commit message.
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