git hook for legit commit message (#123 good message)
I need to make sure commit messages are some what legit else reject it. The commit message should be like "#123 fixing missing bracket"
I want to make sure it begins with hash, there is an integer (no 123a), and the message is at least 10 words.
Nice to have: the message would not be the exact same in a row
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