I tell you it’s for your own good people but no, you keep doing the same horrible things.
While bisecting a nasty bug I land into a monster commit:
$ git show --stat THE_COMMIT_HASH
Date: Tue Aug 4 09:10:16 2015 -0300
THE PROJECT NAME.-THE AUTHOR HANDLE
38 files changed, 865 insertions(+), 657 deletions(-)
And this is one of the smaller ones. It updates vendor libraries, adds middlewares to our api, changes the authentication scheme and does some touch ups to the web frontend. I couldn’t care less that it was committed as root but the log message is murder to my eyes.
How hard is to understand that doing this is bad for everyone? It’s very easy to do this instead of making a couple of extra commits but when things break you come crying asking me to fix them and instead of being a simple task I have to sift through mountains of unrelated stuff.
You are more than welcome.