File Manager on Android
File manager on Android written in Kotlin available on the PlayStore.
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 controlwhere the
]surround the feature.
- Optional rules emoji:
[Player] :fire: Fix the player X controlwhere emoji could be the one you want or one of this one:
:fire:Fix a bug.
:wrench:Feature dev that is not ui.
:art:UI commit, readme, all that is visible.
:recycle:Clean, reformat, refactor, ortho, typo...
:seedling:New feature, first commit.
:skeleton:Architecture/skeleton of a feature.
- Optional: Write the
Reasonof 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
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