Intercept “git commit -a(m)”
I like the fine-grained commits that the git index allow, i.e. the staging of individual files or even hunks through
git add before the final commit. Unfortunately, sometimes after spending some time staging a particular commit, muscle-memory kicks in so that I
git commit -a -m "msg". Then I either have to live with it, or jump through some
Is there a way for me to (ideally, globally) configure Git so that if I issue a
git commit -a, it gets intercepted? Maybe a script asking me to confirm if I really want to commit all? I've thought about delegating the commit operation to a wrapper script (e.g., "gitcommit"), but do not think that will work very well as it does not stop me from doing a
git commit -a -m "msg", which is the problem in the first place.
I have made 2 'git commit' locally. But I have not pushed, is it possible for me to edit my git and combine those 2 git commit into 1?
Is there a way to show index numbers of commit in git log command, git log only show me SHA1 check sum. Thanks
In git, I can do git commit --verbose to show me a diff right there in the message editor. I don't see any option for it in mercurial. Is there a mercurial plugin to show me a diff in the message ed
I commit a git repository at first time, I then regret the commit and want to revert it. I try # git reset --hard HEAD~1 I get this message: fatal: ambiguous argument 'HEAD~1': unknown revision or pa
This question already has an answer here: Change the author of a commit in Git 23 answers I am working on a project with git version control. It has many contributors. In the first few days of
I'd like to use git submodule. The steps I need to take to push my changes to my project are add/commit/push from submodule directory add/commit/push from parent directory Steps I need to take to
I want to change the last commit content. I can do local changes. and then execute git commit --amend I can also do the following: git rebase -i HEAD~ choose the commit to edit. do local changes and
git 1.7.1 git show <hash>:<file> gives me the file based on the commit hash provided I am trying to figure out how to bet the file of the previous commit before the one who's hash I have.
How do I discard all git commits that haven't been pushed and then force git to not commit anything in the data/ directory? I'm trying to force overwrite all changes to a project stored on github from
Is there a way git prompts me a You are attempting to make a commit in the production branch. Are you sure (y/N)? message before every commit. As it is obvious from the message, I want it only on a
While writing code i like to commit at stages where some progress has been made, as i use cli for git i have to type same commit message again and again using -m option. reading git documentation ther
I would like to create Git hook(s) that will populate the commit id of the commit I am about to make into a file (basically variable substitution) in my source code. Is this possible with Git? Or is t
What command can I use to print out the commit id of HEAD? This is what I'm doing by hand: $ cat .git/HEAD ref: refs/heads/v3.3 $ cat .git/refs/heads/v3.3 6050732e725c68b83c35c873ff8808dff1c406e1 But
I am using git commit hooks to kick off builds, do validations, etc. What I would like to do is ensure the hooks get installed every time I check out an instance or copy of the git repository. I am on
I am trying to learn branching and merging in git. I thought that merging 2 branches automatically generates a merge commit and message (which I regard as a good thing). I DO want a commit and a commi
Is there a way to make a commit with custom message, but without changing any file under revision control? So the desired effect is: Git log lists the commit, and the custom message The commit does n
Playing with Git and GitHub,I found that sometimes a git commit -a is needed to commit a file that is modified. (this file has already been added to the project). But sometimes, just a git commit wi
I have a bad commit from a log time ago, I want to remove it completely from git history as if it never happened. I know the commit id let's say 1f020. I have tried git rebase and remove it , but ther
Is there any difference between git merge --no-commit and git cherry-pick --no-commit? And is there any difference in history if I commit after these two commands?
I just commited my working tree, added to index first, with $git commit -m 'test' I saved the stdout-put from this to a file and I see at the top of it that it says # On branch master # Changed but
I am trying to commit my first_app onto Git. I typed the following into the command lines (see below), but my output says that there is nothing to commit. new-host:first_app XXXXXX$ cd /Users/XXXXXX/
I setup TextMate (mate -w) for editing message for committing with git as follows. git config --global core.editor mate -w The problem is when I run 'git commit -v', instead of TextMate, COMMIT_EDI
For some reason Git is telling me I have a file which is modified and also not staged for commit? This doesn't make sense: % git status # On branch master # Changes to be committed: # (use git reset
I know how to do: git commit -a -m whatever but I don't want to commit everything, just push up some files to be deleted.
Does anyone know if it's possible to change the status of a Jira issue using a Git commit? I am using Jira and Git with the Jira Git plugin and I know I can reference an issue by just adding the name
Is there a command/script which takes the commit ID or filename of an already made commit as input, and changes the commit message without changing the commit ID? I looked into options like git filter
Possible Duplicate: How do I enter an exclamation point into a git commit message from the command line? I'm new to git, and I did this command: git commit -m First Commit! this throws an error
I have a question, the reasons for such described by a story. In the interest of respect for the reader's time, the story part can be skipped. :) Short: Is there a way to check in a change to a git re
I know how to add and commit one file: git add [file name] and git commit -m but what about if I have many file in different dir. how is the right way to do it? Thanks.
I stupidly pushed a commit to github with a very messed up commit name. How do I change this? Does git ammend still work for already pushed commit?
is there any size limit to the GIT commit message? I searched trough the web but cannot find any relevant mention about this except this one: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/busybox-cvs/2010-March/
This is my current git-svn workflow: git checkout -b feature master # hack commit hack commit git checkout master git svn rebase git merge feature git svn dcommit This usually works fine, git replays
I don’t understand git commit at all. It’s been a week since I’ve been using git and all these git with –a, -m, new files, untracked etc is making me totally confused. Tortoisegit is saving me for th
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
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers Delete commits from a branch in Git 12 answers How to delete commit that is pushed to the remote repository? 3
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 am using PHP and have a file version.php contains the following line: <?php define('VERSION', '1.1.0'); define('BUILD', 'xxx'); I want the git to replace the xxx before commit. The xxx can be an
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
I'm developing a django app and I'm using pip to manage my requirements. How can I do to install a specific git's commit? In my case I need to install this commit: https://github.com/aladagemre/django
I am new to git and was trying to commit, but I got stuck in what looked like vi which I'm not familiar with. I managed to get out of it, but I think I got out the wrong way because my git status says
How can I configure Intellij IDEA to execute my Ant task each time I commit changes to SVN/git repository?
I merge with Git and get a conflict. After having resolved the conflicts, upon commit I will see an auto-generated commit message containing a list of files which were in conflict. What is the best-pr
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 did a git commit -m message like this >git commit -m save arezzo files # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what will be committed) #
My colleague has pushed to our git repository a mistake. I wish to commit some updated code, but I had not git pulled and as a result am 1 commit behind the HEAD. How can I ignore his changes complete
I used git commit --amend to amend the previous commit. After that when I push my changes, I was rejected because of 'not -fast-forward' Errors. I have search for answers. Unfortunately, commands such
I want to build a git like versioning system for one my database entities. The models would be: Commit parent_commit_id Change entity_id commit_id modifier (added, deleted, modified) Entity An Entity
Is there anything I can do to automatically commit dropbox changes to github? (vice versa would be nice too but optional) I have tried Zapier however it didn't seem to want to work
One of my git submodules is always checking out a particular commit: First, it appears modified in the main repository: % git status On branch master Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 3 comm
I am a bit new to git but I read the Git book from their site. So I started to use one with GitLab installed on my server. I was working on SVN before so the first commit was an export of SVN. My frie