Commit messages and the move to git
Mon Nov 4 12:43:00 GMT 2019
On Mon, Nov 04 2019, Richard Earnshaw (lists) wrote:
> Some tools, particularly gitk or git log --oneline, can use one-line
> summaries from a commit's log message when listing commits. It would be
> nice if we could start adopting a style that is compatible with this, so
> that in future commits are summarized in a useful way.
> The normal convention in git is that the one line summary is essentially
> the subject line of the email message that describes the patch and is
> then followed by a blank line before the body of the commit message.
I wholeheartedly agree. Thanks to everyone already doing this and
everyone else, please just start, adding a summary line takes just
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