November 30th, 2020 × #conventionalcommits#git#versioning

Hasty Treat - Writing Good Commit Messages

Wes and Scott discuss using conventional commits to improve commit messages and enable automatic versioning.


In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about a system for writing good commit messages.

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Show Notes

03:46 - What are conventional commits?

04:55 - How do you keep track of all the details?

07:42 - How does it relate to SemVer?

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