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Git commit message standards

Standards to follow while committing to Git:- what your commit message should tell

the diff says WHAT YOU DID;

your commit message should tell me or others in the team

WHY YOU DID THIS

Therefore, first and foremost add context (the why, not the how) with your commit message (e.g. "frobnize the message to enable persistence") instead of "added frob() function"). It's more effort (you have to reflect and think), but it is so much more worth.

Rohan Daxini

Rohan Daxini

Founder at Kiprosh | Ruby, Elixir, JS & C lover | Life Long Learner | Books | Technology | Mindfulness | Gratitude

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