What are the Commitizen types that I can use for a change that is an improvemant for an existing feature?

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These are the Commitizen types:

Which of these should I use, sp that it is an improvement over the existing system.

Mar 27, 2018 in DevOps & Agile by DragonLord999
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This was discussed on Github a while ago. This is an interpretation of one of the contributers

In my interpretation, feat could include updates to an existing feature (new features for that feature). We could consider changing its description, if that would help.

If you ask me, feat makes the most sense to me.

answered Mar 27, 2018 by DareDev
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The type of commitizen you use depends on your requirement. Suppose you need to add a new feature all together you can use the type feat as it allows to add new features, if you want to just modify your old commit message you can use fix as it gives the bug fixing facility, if you just want to change the documentation, you can use docs etc.

So analyze the modification you need to make and use the commitizen type accordingly.
answered Oct 12, 2018 by Hannah
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