Ramkumar Ramachandra <artag...@gmail.com> writes:
| Some of my colleagues are lazy to fire up an editor and write proper
| commit messages- they often write one-liners using `git commit -m`.
| However, that line turns out to be longer than 72 characters, and the
| resulting `git log` output is ugly. So, I was wondering if it would
| be a good idea to wrap these one-liners to 72 characters
git commit -m 'foo: fix this problem
This problem is fixed by doing foo,
bar and baz.
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