What is CommitTasks?
CommitTasks is a small, robust cli for developers to plan and manage their git commits in multiple projects. In other words, CommitTasks is a combination of git commit & todo list. With just a few examples, the users can learn to plan, prepare and commit their changes with confident.
CommitTasks is a tool in the Git Tools category of a tech stack.
CommitTasks is an open source tool with 290 GitHub stars and 7 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to CommitTasks's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses CommitTasks?
Why developers like CommitTasks?
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- Manage commit tasks in separated projects
- Search for tasks
- Simple & easy to use
- Commit and receive commit details
- Highlight tasks
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