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commit-msg hook that integrates with Github issues.
npm install -g gh-msg
Enter the directory with the git repo you wish to add the hook to, and then run:
user/repo with the appropriate user/organization and repo name. From there, make your changes.
When committing, put either
#1234 (replacing the number with the issue's number) on the first line. Make sure that's the only thing on the first line. Then,
gh-msg will use the Github API to request the issue's title, and replace your commit message with something like this:
Fixes GH-1234 - "Your issue's title here"
Anything on subsequent lines will be added to the commit as well.