BUG Commit Message
Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
metze at samba.org
Fri Jul 12 05:09:30 MDT 2013
> could we try to use the same scheme in the commit message for fixing bugs?
> BUG XXXX: Short comment
I think the but number is not the most important thing to know about a
BUG 9994: Do not delete an existing valid credential cache.
says nothing without looking at bugzilla or the diff.
I think it's much more important to begin the line with the subsystem
of the change (that's what I typically use and it's also what the linux
kernel seems to use).
It's nice to have a bug number as additional information in the first line,
but I'm not sure I like it to be the first thing I notice.
I typically use something like this:
s3:librpc: add support for PFC_FLAG_OBJECT_UUID when parsing packets
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