Josef Weidendorfer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> These verification scripts should be used per default, and git-commit should 
> have an option to force bypassing verification.

I agree that it would be a good place to do a hook.  Also it may
not be a bad idea, if you volunteer to come up with a patch, to
look at an earlier thread that talks about commit message
templates and think about how these things should mesh together.

Bypassing can already be done by not giving '-v', so I do not
think you need to make things more complicated than necessary.
You can first try with a '-v', examine what it complains about,
fix only what are applicable to your change, try with '-v' again
to make sure the only complaints are from false positives, and
then you commit without '-v', bypassing the check.

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