I am still very much a beginner when it comes to version control, and am using magit.
It seems like committing changes (frequently but not always?) triggers "reverting buffer" messages, one for each open buffer in the relevant repository. I panic every time I see one of these messages, thinking I lost the changes I just reviewed and/or committed. I don't really understand why there would be anything to revert. As far as I can tell my buffer should not have changed simply because I made a commit. I didn't kill a hunk, checkout a different branch or anything like that.
- Assuming this sounds like normal behavior and not a bug related to my configuration, can someone explain what is happening?
- And assuming its safe and reliable, is there a way to turn those messages off except when the buffer really has been changed?