Tired of always misstyping ‘commit’ as ‘comit’ while in a hurry to commit and push? Wouldn’t it be cool if git knew you meant ‘commit’? It can. Read how!
To avoid typos or respectively let them be corrected by your console, you can change the settings of your git client. You can set a value with
help.autocorrect. You set it to an integer, representing the time you have to revert the correction, before git executes the command.
$ git config --global help.autocorrect 20
This will set the time to 2 seconds (1 = 0.1 seconds). Now you make a typo while commiting:
$ git comit
The console will now return a message similar to this one:
WARNING: You called a git command named 'comit', which does not exist. Continuing under the assumption that you meant 'commit' in 2 seconds automatically...
Now you could interrupt git or let it execute the command you meant in the first place 🙂