#conventional-commits #commit-message #git #git-commit #git-tool #scope #name

app fast-conventional

Make conventional commits, faster, and consistently name scopes

29 stable releases

2.3.5 Feb 15, 2024
2.3.4 Oct 14, 2022
2.3.0 May 16, 2022
2.2.5 Apr 26, 2022
1.0.16 Feb 28, 2022

#286 in Development tools

Download history 76/week @ 2024-02-09 71/week @ 2024-02-16 73/week @ 2024-02-23 4/week @ 2024-03-01 10/week @ 2024-03-08 4/week @ 2024-03-15 124/week @ 2024-03-29 31/week @ 2024-04-05

63 downloads per month

CC0 license

1.5K SLoC

Fast Conventional Fast Conventional

Make conventional commits, faster, and consistently name scopes


Given we have configured the tool, it looks for this in the root of the git repository.


use_angular: true
types: [ci]
scopes: ["mergify", "just", "github"]

When we commit, git has generated this stub configuration

# Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting
# with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit.
# On branch master
# Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.
# Changes to be committed:
#       new file:   README.md

We can add our conventional message using this neat UI

A terminal running the command blow


See the releases page we build for linux and mac (all x86_64), alternatively use brew

brew install PurpleBooth/repo/fast-conventional

This binary is designed to be run as a editor in git. To install it run

git config --global alias.fci '-c "core.editor=fast-conventional editor" commit'

To trigger it when you commit run

git fci

Further Docs


~653K SLoC