Where git climbs over settings from Qt?

Use git in Qt Creator.
If you commit such a line
Executing in E:\CODES\QtProjects\mys: C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\git.exe commit-F C:\Users\ya\AppData\Local\Temp\QtCreator.wm7136


Why git is doing and how to reconfigure?
September 19th 19 at 13:26
2 answers
September 19th 19 at 13:28
Solution
And that confuses You?
I haven't worked with Qt Creator, but I think he's just in the log shows that you git.exe the commit command with the-F switch, which specifies the file from which to take the commit message (the temporary file it creates after you enter You probably. Similarly, does SourceTree). In any setting Qt Git does not.
September 19th 19 at 13:30
Solution
The-F option means to take the message about the commit from the specified file. That is likely the case:
1) click the button "Commit" in Qt Creator
2) Qt Creator shows you a dialog box where you type the message on a commit
3) When you click on "Commit" in the dialog box, Qt Creator creates a temporary file with your message, and starts the above git command.
4) performs a Git commit.

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