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Linking documentation to Git commit comments

Identifying a commit A universal identifier for each commit is its SHA1 — a 40 digit hexadecimal number, like this one: 3e0b5fb09d70d0457d7e5ae7892504f6e1b45f33 This commit is from the Sphinx ...
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Our team needs to automate many routine tasks. Can we use a single tool or do we need to use multiple ones?

Automate the Boring Stuff with Python by Al Sweigart. This is hands down the best single resource to learn how to do exactly what you are asking for. It's a book about programming for people who are ...
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Linking documentation to Git commit comments

I'm not sure I can provide a full solution to this, as the workflow seems to have so many variables. If what you are after is just getting the comment without copying or pasting, you can use something ...
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Referring to machines and sensors as "knowing"

I don't see a problem with the use of the word "knowledge" in this context, but I do agree that there's some ambiguity about who should not have that knowledge - the function, or the person ...
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Linking documentation to Git commit comments

I saw a post on exactly this idea on WtD slack channel a few days back - I want to say the approach was called typson+docson, and was directly pulling comments into a documentation system off the bat -...
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