Git commit template for repository
Is there a way to specify a git commit.template that is relative to a repository?
For configuration an example is
$ git config commit.template $HOME/.gitmessage.txt
But I would like to specify a template file relative to the .git folder of the repository.
My project has a Subversion repository on a network file system, and a new team would like to access it using Git, and be able to commit to it and get updates from it. What I have in mind is to create
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I was just commiting some changes I've done to a project on a branch and I discovered that git assigned the wrong parent to my commit. As you can see: tig shows me that the highlighted commit(the on
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Is there any way I can do git add -A git commit -m commit message in one command? I seem to be doing those two commands a lot, and if git had an option like git commit -Am commit message, it woul
What are git commit generation numbers (hacker news link) and what are their significance?
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I'm a newbie to both Git and Maven. I need help in building a war file through maven buy getting the maven project in git repository. Currently i have the maven project in the local git repository and
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If I push a bad initial commit (or more than one) to a remote repository and want to just clear it / destroy it - can I do it by a command? It's important to totally remove it from server so it doesn'
I just created a new git repository and only did one commit. Now I do not see a master branch. These are roughly the commands I ran. git init git checkout -b dev (I made some changes to the monitored
I have an intermediate git commit which i have merged into the code now. It happened by mistake. I have 2 options: Delete the project from gerrit, for which i have to install the delete-project plug
I have a central Git bare repository. When a push is made to that repo I want to run a post-receive hook. What that hook will do is create a message on a Basecamp project (using their API). I want inf
short: Is there any way to view who has pushed a commit to a git repository? long: git log shows me who created the commits, when and what are the commit comments. So I can know an original author of
If I am on branch b-one and I run git commit -m init commit and then git checkout -b b-two, does the commit carry to the new branch? More generally, are commits branch specific? Or when you commit,
I need delete file from filesystem which is tracked by Git repository and I want leave that file in Git repository unchanged (no commit to repo). It's easy for locally modified file where I'm using as
When writing a commit message, what is the difference between git -m message and git commit -am message Have been listening to a tutorial and the guy did not clearly explain the difference between
I finished to commit and push changes on remote git repository but when I view remote repository's files, these are outdated. I'm using Git Bash. View image The red text are changes made in repositori
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Other than parsing git log for the date string, is there a Git native way to report the date of a certain commit?
I have a bunch of scripts that I would like to upload into a repository I created online. I did the following: $git add $git commit $git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:<USERNAME>/My-scripts.g
My main question here is whether iti makes sense to just always do git commit -am instead of git add . followed by git commit -m? I understand that -am indicates that it will add all changes from modi
I have one Git repository that contains a git submodule. In Xcode 4.2.1 I edit a file in the main repository and a file in the submodule, then I press alt-cmd c to perform a commit. In the commit di
I have a git repository linked to a dropbox folder. Recently, I have switched my laptop to another, and now i can not perform the function git commit -am. I keep getting this error message: could n
I'm setting up a shell script to be run as a cron job, which would commit and push some regularly updated content to a remote repository. In this case, including the date and time in a commit message
Assuming we have a git commit history which looks like: ZZ [origin/master] A -> B -> C -> D -> E [master] We want to: Rewind the history back to before A. Keep the working directory of
I used git add -p to split my code changes into multiple commits. However, doing git commit after that commits all changes, including the unstaged ones. I looked at a few questions on SO, but could no
I know that you can use git commit --allow-empty to put a commit with no actual file changes into the repository. The problem I have is that I need to be able to create such empty commits that are as
I'm using git with a few other people. We have a central repository and then local tracking branches. Recently, we've come across a problem where git will incorrectly think that the last common ancest
Okay, I made a mess. I have a SVN repository with my code and I have a local git repository in which I usually work, branch, etc.. I used to commit things from time to time from git into SVN using git
I'm not sure what has happened to my git repository, but for two days, every time I make a commit it starts deleting files seemingly at random, and then not letting me merge because of conflicts etc.
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I accidentally added, committed and pushed a huge binary file with my very latest commit to a Git repository. How can I make Git remove the object(s) that was/were created for that commit so my .git d
I am using Git and I have committed few files using git commit -a Later, I found that a file had mistakenly been added to the commit. How can I remove a file from the last commit?
I accidentally created commits by unknown in my repository, and decided to try running a command from here: git filter-branch --commit-filter ' if [ $GIT_COMMITTER_NAME = unknown ]; then GIT_COM
I just want to retrieve the commitlog from Git repository that has messages for all the commit you've done on a specific repopsitory. I had found some code snippets for achieve this and ends with an e
When I switch branches in git I use the checkout command. There often arises a situation in which I want to simply go back and view the state of a project at a certain commit. I've been using the git
I would like to use Git in my local computer such that, H:\Projects\projectname will be my server-like repository and I would like work by cloning this repo to C:\Users\xxx\AptanaProjects\projectname
While creating a repository by using NHibetnate(or, whatever), should I keep explicit BeginTransaction(), Commit(), Rollback() like the following? public class NHibernateRepository<T> : IReposit
I have a folder running locally that contains a website. It runs on xampp on my computer quite happily. I know that has been hooked up to git in the past and I continue to add, commit and push my chan
I have a git repository on Github that I want to effectively split into two separate repos, with the history intact for each. The first (and original) repo will be used for the build code, while the n
In my git repository, I made 5 commits, like below in my git log: commit 4f8b120cdafecc5144d7cdae472c36ec80315fdc Author: Michael Date: Fri Feb 4 15:26:38 2011 -0800 commit b688d46f55db1bc304f7f689a06
The git plugin for hudson works well. However, the build script must update a version number in the files in the repository, commit, and push back to the repository. When Hudson polls next to check fo
I was working on a branch which was in the following state A'--B'--C'--D' / A--B--C--D some very bad things happened and I have to go back to B' both locally and remote so that the remote repository
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I'm learning Git coming from Perforce. As far as I can tell you must write the commit message in the same step as when you commit. Or am I missing how I might write the message earlier and have it han
Today I got our svn repository cloned into git. I had some uncommitted work though, so I svn commit them and then went to pull them into the git repository. The problem is, git seems to be somehow con
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