git-stamp man page
git-stamp — Stamp the last commit message
git stamp [<options>] <id> [<messages>]
Lets you amend the last commit with a stamp message.
The command appends a message with its identifier to the last commit message.
By default all stamps are appended as a new paragraph to the commit message.
You can change this behavior by using the --replace flag.
With this flag, all the related stamps with the same identifier will be removed first before the new one gets appended.
WARNING! If a commit message without stamp have a line starting with the same identifier, it will be interpreted as a stamp
Replace all previous stamps in the last commit message that have the same identifier The identifier is case insensitive for this replacement
Commit message is
| Fix timezone bug
Reference the issues numbers from your bug tracker
$ git stamp Issue FOO-123 $ git stamp Issue FOO-456 \#close | Fix timezone bug | | Issue FOO-123 | | Issue FOO-456 #close
Link to its review page
$ git stamp Review https://reviews.foo.org/r/4567/ | Fix timezone bug | | Issue FOO-123 | | Issue FOO-456 #close | | Review https://reviews.foo.org/r/4567/
Replace previous issues with a new one
(Note that the identifier is case insensitive)
$ git stamp --replace issue BAR-123 | Fix timezone bug | | Review https://reviews.foo.org/r/4567/ | | issue BAR-123
Written by Damien Tardy-Panis <firstname.lastname@example.org>