When you use git, one of the most frequent used command is
git commit -m "my commit message"
But most of the time, you would give a more meaningful commit message. Meaningful I mean here is that the message should consist of subject line (a short description of your changes in code) and body (to give more detailed description of what you did)
Today I learn that
git commit accept multiple message flag 😉
If you run this command
git commit -m "subject line" -m "commit description"
It will result in this
Author: hunghoang-saritasa <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu Aug 11 16:29:07 2022 +0700 Subject line Commit message
This new finding helps me save time a lot. No need to open a vim editor when committing message with subject and body. And actually the git documentation do mention it.