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1. A Git-Hook for Commit Messages Validation - No Husky, Just JS

  • Author: dev.to
  • Updated: 2022-12-02
  • Rated: 97/100 ⭐ (6774 votes)
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  • Summary: Hook for Commit Messages Validation
  • Matched Content: The need for a commit message standardization · Have a git message hook which will check if the commit message is a valid conventional commit 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Chickie Egor

2. bitbucket change commit message Code Example

  • Author: codegrepper.com
  • Updated: 2022-12-01
  • Rated: 88/100 ⭐ (6213 votes)
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  • Summary: bitbucket change commit message Code Example
  • Matched Content: git commit --amend -m "commit message' This command will merge this commit with the last commit and it will have a new commit message. git amend 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Misha Hakeem

3. How to Update Jenkins Build Status in Github Tutorial

  • Author: applitools.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-29
  • Rated: 78/100 ⭐ (1482 votes)
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  • Summary: How to Update Jenkins Build Status in Github Tutorial
  • Matched Content: What you'll do here is install the Jenkins plugin on your GitHub repository in order to trigger a build in Jenkins when you commit a change 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Kerry Brezin

4. How to get more out of your Git commit message

  • Author: medium.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-26
  • Rated: 89/100 ⭐ (4734 votes)
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  • Summary: How to get more out of your Git commit message
  • Matched Content: How to enforce Git commit message? Git Commit Message RegEx Cheatsheet; Bottom line. Why use a commit message convention? Better collaboration 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Phyllys Hedi

5. How to Integrate Git, Jenkins, and Docker to Automate Your CI/CD

  • Author: medium.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-17
  • Rated: 66/100 ⭐ (6713 votes)
  • High rate: 79/100 ⭐
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  • Summary: How to Integrate Git, Jenkins, and Docker to Automate Your CI/CD
  • Matched Content: Configure Jenkins and installed git plugin. it will automatically push and trigger job1 for this configure .git/hooks/post-commit file.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Danell Elysha

6. Trigger Jenkins job with specific commit message : r/devops - Reddit

  • Author: reddit.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-11
  • Rated: 89/100 ⭐ (2589 votes)
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  • Summary: Trigger Jenkins job with specific commit message
  • Matched Content: I came across a jenkins plugin named, commit-message-trigger-plugin but that seems to be removed now. Do you know any way to achieve this ?
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Corinne Ardy

7. Git - Adding changes to your last commit - Programmer Girl

  • Author: programmergirl.com
  • Updated: 2022-11-02
  • Rated: 69/100 ⭐ (1879 votes)
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  • Summary: Adding changes to your last commit
  • Matched Content: Modifying Last Commit Message: To only modify our last commit message, we can simply use: git commit --amend -m "New Commit Message" · Adding 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Lulita Calen

8. disable jenkins build when commit message contains given string

  • Author: tuleap.net
  • Updated: 2022-10-27
  • Rated: 98/100 ⭐ (4894 votes)
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  • Summary: disable jenkins build when commit message contains given string
  • Matched Content: In hook configuration there is a new string field with label: "Do not trigger build when commit message contains".
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Ronica Herrick

9. Changing a git commit message after I have pushed it to the server?

  • Author: systutorials.com
  • Updated: 2022-10-13
  • Rated: 97/100 ⭐ (7446 votes)
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  • Summary: Changing a git commit message after I have pushed it to the server?
  • Matched Content: First, change the local commit message: git commit --amend -m "New commit message". Then, force pushing again: git push -f.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Phaidra Cioban

10. Verify that a commit message contains some string with pre-commit

  • Author: bitcoden.com
  • Updated: 2022-10-13
  • Rated: 76/100 ⭐ (8877 votes)
  • High rate: 78/100 ⭐
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  • Summary: Verify that a commit message contains some string with pre
  • Matched Content: I want to validate that the commit message contains "Changelog:". git commit -m "foo" commit message needs "Changelog:".
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Darell Arrio

11. 3 tools to make the commits in your repository more professional

  • Author: educosta.dev
  • Updated: 2022-10-13
  • Rated: 89/100 ⭐ (7316 votes)
  • High rate: 89/100 ⭐
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  • Summary: 3 tools to make the commits in your repository more professional
  • Matched Content: It is responsible to receive events from the Git and trigger the commitlint to validate the commit message. Run the following command.
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Pietra Hedvig

12. An Introduction to Git Hooks - SitePoint

  • Author: sitepoint.com
  • Updated: 2022-10-13
  • Rated: 88/100 ⭐ (9489 votes)
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  • Summary: An Introduction to Git Hooks
  • Matched Content: prepare-commit-msg – Provide a default commit message if one is not given. commit-msg – Commit message validation. post-commit – Runs after a 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Olive Chloette

13. Editing Git Commits - Sublime Merge Tips

  • Author: sublimemerge.com
  • Updated: 2022-10-13
  • Rated: 98/100 ⭐ (2773 votes)
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  • Summary: Editing Git Commits Sublime Merge Tips
  • Matched Content: Editing a commit message · Right click the commit you want to edit in the commit graph · Select Edit Commit ▷ Edit Commit Message · Type in the 
  • Read more: here
  • Edited by: Deborah Asel