I think since the latest update, when editting a git commit message and pressing ⌘Q it no longer asks me to save the changes like it used to do.
Git aborts the commit because of an empty commit message. I commit again, the comment I just editted is still there pending, and when I press ⌘W to close the file, then it does ask to save changes, I click yes and quit, then it works.
I’m pretty sure I didn’t change any settings. But I looked around in Atom’s configuration and couldn’t find any setting to fix this.
Is there a way to have Atom behave like it used to: when quitting (with ⌘Q or clicking Atom > Quit or anything) and there’s unsaved changes, ask it to Save / Don’t Save / Cancel, instead of quitting immediately (and storing the pending changes at some unknown location) ?