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File manager on Android written in Kotlin

File manager on Android written in Kotlin

File Manager on Android

File manager on Android written in Kotlin available on the PlayStore.

Commit rules

In order to have a clean commit list and to easily find feature of a commit (goal, fix bug...), the commit message should respect some rules.

Commit messages are important. They are the only way to give context to the changes that are made in a commit. We tend to neglect our commit messages. In a collective attempt at having better commit messages, this project checks some minimal requirement that all of our commit messages should follow.

  • Mandatory rules check by the ci: [Player] Improve the player X control where the [ and ] surround the feature.
  • Optional rules emoji: [Player] :fire: Fix the player X control where emoji could be the one you want or one of this one:
    • :fire: :fire: Fix a bug.
    • :wrench: :wrench: Feature dev that is not ui.
    • :art: :art: UI commit, readme, all that is visible.
    • :recycle: :recycle: Clean, reformat, refactor, ortho, typo...
    • :seedling: :seedling: New feature, first commit.
    • :skeleton: :skeleton: Architecture/skeleton of a feature.
  • Optional: Write the Why, the Reason of your commit in the message description.

Do our future selves a favour and start writing better commit messages now :)

Some developer gradle tools

  • gradlew dependencyUpdates -Drevision=release -DoutputFormatter=json : Check dependencies


  • Mercandalli Jonathan