A note from the editors: We're pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 5 of David Demaree's new book, Git for Humans, available now from A Book Apart.
Git and tools like GitHub offer many ways to view what has changed in a commit. But a well-crafted commit message can save you from having to use those tools by neatly (and succinctly) summarizing what has changed…
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