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VS Code - Git Semantic Commit

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Installation Β· Usage Β· Settings Β· CHANGELOG

ℹ️️ Description

This Visual Studio Code extension enables to commit simply by the semantic message conventions.


Notice that the default types are aligned with the Angular commit message conventions.

πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ« How to Use

The first thing you need to do is installing the extension.

Well, there are two ways to trigger the "Semantic Commit" command:

1. Command Palette

Open the Command Palette and start typing Git: Semantic Commit:

Triggering using the Command Palette

Then, choose the appropriate command and follow the steps.

2. View Actions

Alternatively, you can use the primary and secondary actions within the Source Control view:

Triggering using the View Actions

βš™οΈ Settings

The extension allows you to customize the following configuration settings:

Name Description
gitSemanticCommit.commitOptions Specifies which arguments to be passed when the commit is executed
gitSemanticCommit.preserveScope Determines whether to preserve the last message scope that was inserted
gitSemanticCommit.scopeTemplate Specifies scope template ($scope placeholder will be replaced with the passed scope)
gitSemanticCommit.stageAll Determines whether to stage all changes before the commit, in case the staging area (index) is empty
gitSemanticCommit.types Specifies the supported message types

Customize Your Types

Besides the fact you can add new message types, it's also possible to modify the existing values and their descriptions:

Enriching types with Emojis

Customize Your Scope

You can modify the scope template through a placeholder:

Changing the Scope Template

πŸ’πŸ» Contributing

This is an open source project. Any contribution would be greatly appreciated!