Today I’ve released CommitLint.
It’s a tool I build to solve a specific problem. To prevent GitHub pull requests from being merged unless all commits contain a JIRA number. You see, having a ticket number on every commit message is very useful when looking back through history and trying to figure out which piece of code corresponds to which ticket.
I expanded the original idea and built CommitLint, which allows users to check commit messages against any regular expression. Here is a short video about how it works:
If you think you’d find CommitLint useful, please sign up.
Also, I’d love to get your feedback. Please email me your thoughts about CommitLint, good or bad. email me with feature requests. email me about documentation or installation. Absolutely anything, I want to hear from you.
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