Writing proper git commit messages

When it comes to commit your work to a software versioning system like git, and putting a message to the commit, it feels like for most developers this is something that needs to be done but they don’t want to spend much time on it. You see cryptic messages within the commit message, which doesn’t add any real value to it. When looking at the goal of a commit (message), what is needed to achieve this goal? In the end, when having a proper clean commit with an accompanied commit message, it will eventually help you speed up your development process.

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Posted in Best practices, GIT, Versioning control at April 30th, 2022. No Comments.