To anyone who uses Git Emoji commit, or just simply uses emojis in their commit messages as a way to signify the overall set of changes that occurred I have a question:
** Would you use a standard-version preset for emoji-based commit messages?**
I started with a new company a few months ago, and at this company they use a slightly modified version of the Angular/Conventional Commit style. This is done largely for helping to automate changelog generation and release notes. These two things have always been pain points for me, as I forget to update the changelog a lot. I used the Angular style for another VSCode extension "Git Angular" and used that to automate the changelog generation for that project. I checked, and while the conventional-commits team has a preset for a lot of other common commit styles, Git Emoji / Emoji Commit is not among them. This means someone needs to make it in order for people to be able to use it.
If you are, please do me a favor and comment the following:
- List of emojis that you use in your commits (and preferably what they do)
- List of emojis that you would like to see show up by default in your generated changelog