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Discussion on: Git commit message convention that you can follow!

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Milo

Cool! I use this one for a few of my projects, I also wrote a tool that simplifies it called glitter, it allows you to scaffold a commit message very simply, here is a link: github.com/Milo123459/glitter - thanks, and this is quite a helpful post for a few of my friends getting into git and version management!

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Ishan Makadia Author

Glitter is awesome.. Good efforts
Also, I am glad that it will help your friends:)

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Milo

Haha, thank you!

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Martin Jablečník

What can give me your glitter in compare with commitizen which I am using right now?

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Milo

Oh, the type of message is customisabe. For example,
$1: $2: $3+

If you give the arguments:
hello world how are you
It'd be:
hello: world: how are you

Etc, you can change it to however you like, I don't think CZ can do that.

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Milo

As far as I see, there isn't much of a difference. I'm working on interactivity for it (and that is no easy feat!) but yea, not much to change. I think the only big difference is the custom sub-command / scripts feature.

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