paul at jakma
Mar 21, 2011, 4:27 AM
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In order to make life easier for maintainers, please consider
including an appropriate commit message. The current norms for these,
for Quagga, are documented in the HACKING file:
in the "COMMIT MESSAGES" section. The "PATCH SUBMISSION" section may
also be useful.
Please do try to provide a useful summary-line (first line of the
commit mesasge), as this makes it much easier to create the release
summaries using "git log --oneline". Please try to prefix the line
with a suitable tag to indicate which part of the code is affected
(e.g. "bgpd", "lib", "build"). Try to be regular, if suitable - a
quick look at "git log --oneline" will show you what useage is
We're not using "sign-off" lines in Quagga at the moment.
HACKING is a living document, please do feel free to suggest changes
to it here for discussion.
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