How to Set a Default Commit Message

Having a default commit message is really useful for a number of reasons:

  • It can formalize your commit messages
  • It serves as a good reminder for the information you should add to your commit message, like issue number
  • If you set it to “Drunk AF, don’t accept this”

To set a default commit message on your local machine, start by executing the following from command line:

git config --global commit.template ~/.gitmessage

This tells your local git config to pull the text from ~/.gitmessage as the default commit message.

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