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re: How conventional commits improved my git skills VIEW POST

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I've fallen into the trap of trying to follow conventional commits only to forget or make a typo which will get pushed. So I made Sailr [1] which is an installable Git hook to help you follow the standard. It's flexible and configurable so you can adapt it to your own implementation.

[1] - github.com/craicoverflow/sailr

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