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re: Short and clear, thank you for this article! I tend to use emojis for the type - it shows the type of the commit at first glance, e.g.: ➕ :heavy_p...
 

I hate when people do stuff like this. It just looks confusing in the git log. Just use unicode emojis instead, they work everywhere.

BTW my favourite emojis for commit messages: 🎆🎊🎉😖💢😅 (I usually put them at the end of the commit message though)

 

Thank you for this valuable addition. Most of the terminals / bash / consoles support way more than unicode emojis nowadays. So that shouldn't be a problem for most of us. Here is, what my git log looks like:

Unicode emojis are standardized though, while the :: notation is not.

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