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    Standardize your team's commits using this adapter for commitzen.

    This adapter makes it possible to specify and validate the commit of a project that uses Jira as a tool of management. Using this tool you can benefit from using Jira's smart commit commands more easily without having to worry about remembering which commands are available and which syntax must be respected. Besides, it is a perfect adapter to be used together with semantic versioning.

    This adapter was based on cz-jira-smart-commit and cz-conventional-changelog.


    • Standardizes the squad commit;
    • Can be used together with semantic-release;
    • Prevents typing errors, preventing an erroneous flow in relation to smart commit commands;
    • Prevents an invalid team from being informed to Jira, forcing the default(1w 1d 1h 1m);
    • Prevents an Issue ID from being informed with a key different from the one specified as default;
    • Validates the commit title size respecting the defined limitation.


    Flow sample: sampleFlow

    Sample of the result of mounting the commit using this adapter: sampleFlow


    If using yarn:

    yarn add cz-jira-smart-commit-validated

    If using npm:

    npm i cz-jira-smart-commit-validated


    Reference cz-jira-smart-commit-validated path in commitzen path property:

     "config": {
            "commitizen": {
                "path": "./node_modules/cz-jira-smart-commit-validated",
                "disableScopeLowerCase": false,
                "disableSubjectLowerCase": false,
                "maxHeaderWidth": 100,
                "maxLineWidth": 100,
                "defaultType": "",
                "defaultScope": "",
                "defaultSubject": "",
                "defaultBody": "",
                "defaultIssuesPrefix": "EVOLOG",
                "enableMultiIssuesIdByCommit": false

    Example of what would look like package.json of a project using cz-jira-smart-commit-validated.

    To use adapter after integration with commitzen, just run:

    git cz

    or if you prefer, you can use husky to trigger the hook prepare-commmit-msg. Inside this hook this line should be executed:

    exec < /dev/tty && node_modules/.bin/cz --hook || true

    Example of how the hook would look:

    . "$(dirname "$0")/_/"
        exec < /dev/tty && node_modules/.bin/cz --hook || true

    So whenever the command is executed:

    git commit

    The commitzen will be triggered via the husky using cz-jira-smart-commit-validated.



    Property Name Environment Variable Name Description Default
    types N/A Defines the types of changes that can be used. conventional-commit-types
    workflowOptions N/A Defines the workflow options to be triggered in Jira. workflowOptions
    defaultType CZ_TYPE Defines the default commit type. ""
    defaultScope CZ_SCOPE Defines the default scope of the commit. ""
    defaultSubject CZ_SUBJECT Defines the default commit subject. ""
    defaultBody CZ_BODY Defines the default body of the commit. ""
    defaultIssuesPrefix CZ_ISSUES_PREFIX Defines the default prefix for Issues, if the defaultIssuesPrefix is set to EVOLOG, then whenever the Issue ID related to the commit is requested, the Issue ID must be specified in the format EVOLOG-1234. The defaultIssuesPrefix also impacts the default Issue ID value requested by the adapter, still considering the defaultIssuesPrefix set to EVOLOG, if the branch name starts with the same name as the defaultIssuesPrefix, then the default Issue ID will be the name of the branch. ""
    enableMultiIssuesIdByCommit CZ_ENABLE_MULTI_ISSUES_ID_BY_COMMIT Defines whether or not it is possible to report more than one Issue ID per commit. false
    disableScopeLowerCase DISABLE_SCOPE_LOWERCASE Disables the passing of characters from scope to lowercase. false
    disableSubjectLowerCase DISABLE_SUBJECT_LOWERCASE Disables the passing of characters from the commit title to lowercase. false
    maxHeaderWidth CZ_MAX_HEADER_WIDTH Defines how many characters the commit title can be. 100
    maxHeaderWidth CZ_MAX_LINE_WIDTH Defines the maximum number of characters per line. 100


    Pull requests are always welcome! Feel free to open a new GitHub issue for any changes that can be made.

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    Kalebe Samuel




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