Yes, core.editor configured the default editor for git. You could set it to „code“ for VSCode or „vim“, „emacs“ and what so ever. Remember you need to have the configured editor installed on your system 🙈 and yea, I Fall over this a few times on fresh installed machines. Setting it to „nano“ is a good choice in my opinion, specially if you’re using git in the commando line. Nano it Self runs there and you dont have to leave 😉 and it it pretty simple and self explaining to use. No need to google „how to exit nano“
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