How does it work?
Better Commit Policy checks the changes committed to your Version Control System against a set of configurable rules, the commit policy.
When the rules are not satisfied, the commit is rejected.
Rejected changes should be "fixed" to comply with the rules, and then be re-committed.
Why should I use commit policies?
As a result of enforcing rules on the changes submitted your Version Control System, the quality of your processes, the traceability of your changes and the consistency of your source code dramatically improve.
← Learn more by watching the intro video in the left.