Projects like jQuery and Angular JS are written primarily with javascript and make extensive use of git as their version control system. Using git means that developers write commit messages. Nice and clean commit messages that adhere to an agreed-upon style are very common. So, implementing a way to validate these messages, like the commitplease project, makes a lot of sense. Currently, the commitplease project supports the jQuery style commit messages. Extending its support to the Angular-style ones (and possibly others) is a logical goal.

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all3fox

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  • Jörn Zaefferer
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2016