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Semantic Pull Requests

Status check that ensures your pull requests follow the Conventional Commits spec
Screenshot of Semantic Pull Requests app
Screenshot of Semantic Pull Requests app

Repository

probot/semantic-pull-requests

Authors

zeke

bkeepers

Updated

April 12, 2019

Used By

electron ant-design nuxt react-component agalwood ethereum monicahq frappe algolia probot

GitHub status check that ensures your pull requests follow the Conventional Commits spec

Using semantic-release and conventional commit messages? Install this app on your repos to ensure your pull requests are semantic before you merge them.

How it works

Take this PR for example. None of the commit messages are semantic, nor is the PR title, so the status remains yellow:

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Edit the PR title by adding a semantic prefix like fix: or feat: or any other conventional commit type. Now use Squash and Merge to squash the branch onto master and write a standardized commit message while doing so:


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Installation

👉 github.com/apps/semantic-pull-requests

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