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iñaki escribió: > Hi Peter, first thx!!! > Well i don´t care now about quality of comments, problem is to force > comments. If developer don´t comment = No commit > > > Peter Crowther escribió: >>> From: iñaki >>> But i don´t know how to force write comments in file... >>> >> >> Others on the list will tell you the technical solution. The only >> real solution is to tell your developers to write proper comments, >> keep telling them when they don't do it, and hit them over the head >> with your procedures manual if they still don't. >> >> Trapping bad comments is like writing an anti-spam system: you're >> always one step behind. Developers will commit with blank comments. >> Then you sto that, so they put in "qqq". Then you stop that, so they >> paste a line from their most recent email. The solution is human, >> not technical: teach your developers why commit comments are good for >> them. >> >> Just my €0.02. >> >> - Peter >> > >