Developers often have a lot of repositories stored on their local machines. These repositories get updated from other developers and they stay outdated. In many cases developers forget to fetch and pull the latest changes on those repositories and when they commit code, the IDE will notify of the new changes. When this is the case, the commit will get an non explanatory message as the latest of the commit and you will have to navigate on the actual commit to verify the changes and commit message.
Commit message Merge branch test/v3.0.0 of https://github.com/org/repository
In order to resolve this issue, you can create a powershell script that can automatically fetch the latest changes of your local repositories. You will need to change your repositories base location.
As you can see from the output below this script will go and fetch the latest changes on the repositories that have been updated.
You can also create a cron job or an automated windows task in order to run this job automatically on computer startup or on your work schedule start. For example
On task scheduler press create task
and select your triggers (when this task will run) along with the action. This will be the run of the powershell script. On the argument you must specify the -File location (where you stored your powershell script).