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This question is quite specific but I am not sure which verb tense I should use when committing/checking in code.
If I fix a bug and checking in the code, should I write:
- Fixes bug on feature A
- Fixed bug on feature A
I always use past tense because the bug was fixed before I check in but it looks a bit strange when I look at file history.
Should I use one over the other and why?