How use editor with “git commit”?
I have installed fresh
Ubuntu 12.04 and initialized some project with
git. When I did
git commit, it opened some file with
nano editor for me to enter commit description.
1) Can I use
vi instead of
nano and how?
2) Should I append proposed content or replace it?
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