Please prefix all commit summaries with one (or more) of the following labels. This should help others to easily classify the commits into meaningful categories:
- BF : bug fix
- RF : refactoring
- NF : new feature
- BW : addresses backward-compatibility
- OPT : optimization
- BK : breaks something and/or tests fail
- PL : making pylint happier
- DOC: for all kinds of documentation related commits
- TEST : for adding or changing tests
- STYLE : PEP8 conformance, whitespace changes etc that do not affect function.
So your commit message might look something like this:
TEST: relax test threshold slightly Attempted fix for failure on windows test run when arrays are in fact very close (within 6 dp).
Keeping up a habit of doing this is useful because it makes it much easier to see at a glance which changes are likely to be important when you are looking for sources of bugs, fixes, large refactorings or new features.