Every open source project loves new contributors. But — and this is something we learned at Hoodie — there are lots and lots of people who would love to contribute to Open Source, but don’t know how.
Commit Comments automatically create a bulleted list of changes from comments in your code. Write comments using @commit keyword, and they will be added to your commit message when it's time to commit.
It works by using two Git hooks (prepare-commit-msg and post-commit) to search your repository for @commit comments and construct a clean list of changes.
Once you've successfully committed, @commit comments are removed from your files.
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