Put in a way to pause automatic commit


it’s sometimes disruptive, like when you’re preparing a series of logical commits. wouldn’t want it to “checkpoint” if I intended to do some careful git add -p.


There’s no way to turn it off right now, but you can do a reset from the console to get rid of the checkpoint commit:

git reset HEAD~1 --soft

will destroy the latest commit, but keep the changes in your app. Don’t do this if you have already pushed that commit to another repository.