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From "Marcus (OOo)" <>
Subject Re: Commit messages
Date Sun, 28 Aug 2011 21:14:43 GMT
Am 08/28/2011 10:32 PM, schrieb Ross Gardler:
> On Sunday, 28 August 2011, Pavel Janík<>  wrote:
>> I do not know if Apache has some proposed syntax of commit messages (and
> don't have time to dig around it on the web), but I'd like to see commit
> log/messages containing the number of fixed issue referenced and no commit
> messages without that number.
>> In OOo times, the commit logs were in the following structure:
>> #12345#: Fix typo (i->y).
>> Can we do the same/similar in Apache

As long as we have no - hm, let's say useable - bugtracker it doesn't 
make sense. ;-)

But the migration is already in the run. When it's up and running on 
Apache infra I'm sure we can come back to the old behavior.


> OOo can use any syntax it likes, but to help you define it here's my
> observations from other ASF projects.
> On projects that use JIRA the syntax is to use the JIRA project ID, e.g.
> "foo-123" (issue 123 on project foo). This will automatically link the issue
> in JIRA to the commit, that is the commit message and links to the duffs
> appear in JIRA comments.
> I'm not sure if/how the same effect is achieved using Bugzilla.
> It is also recommended that when a commit is a patch from a third party that
> it includes "thanks to Jane Bar". Thus makes it easier to track active
> contributors.
> Ross
>> --
>> Pavel Janík

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