@hellolitebox/commitlint

1.1.3 • Public • Published

Lint your commits, litebox-way

hellolitebox/commitlint

Shareable commitlint config enforcing Litebox convention :)

Getting started

Run this commands inside the root of your project:

yarn add -D @hellolitebox/commitlint @commitlint/cli @hellolitebox/commit-prompt commitizen
echo "const config = require('@hellolitebox/commitlint');
module.exports = config({ taskIdPrefixes: [] });" > commitlint.config.js
npx husky add .husky/commit-msg  'npx --no -- commitlint --edit ${1}'

Add this to your package.json

  "config": {
    "commitizen": {
      "path": "@hellolitebox/commit-prompt"
    }
  },
  "scripts": {
    "commit": "git-cz"
  }

Config taskIdPrefixes

If you want that every commit has always a task id in the subject, you can add it as a string inside the taskIdPrefixes array in the commitlint.config.js file, e.g:

module.exports = config({ taskIdPrefixes: ['CU-'] });

This way, to be considered a valid commit, the message should be:

feat: CU-1234 add something

If you add more taskIdPrefixes to the array, any of those will be considered valid, e.g:

module.exports = config({ taskIdPrefixes: ['CU-', 'HOTFIX'] });

feat: HOTFIX add something

The above commit message is also valid.

Make a commit

git add .

yarn commit

After run yarn commit, an interactive screen will appear, letting you fill all the commit parts, one by one.

The required ones are: scope and subject, the others can be skipped normally.

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npm i @hellolitebox/commitlint

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