How (and why!) to keep your Git commit history clean | GitLab


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Commits are one of the key parts of a Git repository, and more so, the commit message is a life log for the repository. As the project/repository evolves over time (new features getting added, bugs being fixed, architecture being refactored), commit messages are the place where one can see what was changed and how. So it's important that these messages reflect the underlying change in a short, precise manner.
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8 weeks ago by GameGamer43
Git commit history is very easy to mess up, here's how you can fix it!
Git commit history is very easy to mess up, here's how you can fix it!
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8 weeks ago by michaelfox
❤️『How (and why!) to keep your Git commit history clean』
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8 weeks ago by iany
While working on a large project, we often deal with a lot of moving parts that are updated, added or removed. Ensuring that commit messages are maintained in such cases could be tricky, especially when development spans across days, weeks, or even months.
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9 weeks ago by chris.leaman
How (and why!) to keep your Git commit history clean Commits are one of the key parts of a Git repository, and more so, the commit message is a life log for the repository. via Pocket
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9 weeks ago by jeremyday
on maintaining your git history
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9 weeks ago by jshwlkr
Commits are one of the key parts of a Git repository, and more so, the commit message is a life log for the repository.
9 weeks ago by davidmatas