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core-validate-commit is a command line tool that is used to validate the format and structure of commit messages in a repository. It enforces a predefined commit message format and checks for compliance with certain guidelines.

The tool is commonly used in software development teams that follow a specific commit message convention, like the Conventional Commits specification. It helps maintain consistent and easily understandable commit messages across the team, making it easier to track changes and understand the purpose of each commit.

core-validate-commit verifies various aspects of a commit message, such as the presence of a subject line, proper formatting, length limitations, the usage of certain keywords (like "feat", "fix", etc.), and potentially other requirements defined by the team or project. It can also provide helpful suggestions or error messages when a commit message does not meet the specified criteria.

By using core-validate-commit, developers can ensure that their commit messages adhere to the required standards set by the team or project. This promotes good practices and enhances the overall quality and consistency of commit messages within the codebase.

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