Commit Message Emoji
Every commit is important.
So let's celebrate each and every commit with a corresponding emoji!
Oh, and it can also help with glancing over commit messages to figure out
what kind of changes have been made.
Prepend every commit message with an emoji with this form:
<emoji> commit message.
For commits with multiple types of messages, use multiple lines:
<emoji> commit message <emoji2> commit message2
Which Emoji to Use?
|Work In Progress (WIP)|
Using Emoji is Hard!
Here are some ways to more easily integrate emoji into your workflow.
You can be the judge on which is easier to grok.
Example taken from here
Commits Without Emoji
Fix exporting of the library to include _.ifElse
add _.ifElse to README.md
fix JSDoc comment for _.call
Fix _.not documentation example.
Update JSDoc comments.
Update links to documentation.
Link to documentation pages.
Added a curried version of the mixin for lodash-fp.
Switch from lodash to lodash-compat
Add shields to README.
Add missing methods to index.js.