Building git commit objects with git hash-object?
How can i manually build git commit objects using git hash-object? I now it works with blobs, and its documentation says it can build different objects by using -t but how do you build a commit with that?
I have a project where I made changes, and want to send them to another user, using git send-email feature. I found that it works by sending patches (created by git format-patch of each commit). Is it
In preparation for a commit, I git add file f twice, only using it in its 2nd version with the commit. Can I remove version 1 of f from .git/objects? Does .git/objects contain useless copies of my g
Whenever I commit, I worry that I may have missed out a dependency and I'm looking for the simplest way to test my git tree in isolation to ensure whatever is in the git index (staged) will in fact
This question already has an answer here: Edit the root commit in Git? 5 answers Change first commit of project with Git? [duplicate] 4 answers How can I remove the first git commit from th
Basically I have to fetch a specific commit and then modify it's commit message. so after cherrypick I did git commit --amend and when editor(nano/vi) opens then added some text in between and save &a
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
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
Could someone recommend a free git hosting service providing post commit mail notifications which include diff contents?
How do I revert from my current state to a snapshot made on a certain commit? If I do git log, I get the following output: $ git log commit a867b4af366350be2e7c21b8de9cc6504678a61b` Author: Me <me
I am trying to upload a Ruby app to Heroku. I start with git init and then I type git add . and then I use git commit -m initial commit. Whenever I use git commit -m, I receive an error message sayin
I accidentally added the wrong directory containing my files in Git. Instead of adding a .java file, I added the directory containing the .class file. How can I undo this action?
Inside my working directory I deleted an image. The problem is, I'm not able to stage it for commit (add or remove). $ git status Changes to be committed: (use git reset HEAD <file>... to uns
When I'm trying to commit my work from inside sublime it gives me the following message: fatal: Unable to create 'my_project_path/.git/index.lock': File exists. If no other git process is currently ru
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
First of all you have to know I'm total Ruby noob :) I installed git-commit-notifier (http://github.com/ilozka/git-commit-notifier) on my system (Ubuntu 10.04) and followed all the installation instr
Is it possible to have git commit also add new files and directories? It seems a lot of needless typing in the long run to have to type git add . then git commit (That, and I have a tendency to ofte
I want to redesign my Graphical User Interface in Visual Studio C#.I am using git bash for this purposes since I have a commit log of all my work. I entered the following command git rebase -i HEAD~3
Is it possible to make git commands highlight a commit message in the terminal? For example: $git stash Saved working directory and index state WIP on master: 9d657ff Sort events HEAD is now at 9d657
Why does git commit -am not work on my initial commit, but works thereafter? $ touch test.txt $ ls -a . .. .git test.txt $ git commit -am Initial commit # On branch master # # Initial commit # # Unt
I am having a weird problem where lots of ^M characters show up in my git commit message. Please find a screenshot attached. This is not causing any problems, just makes it annoying to read through.
In my Git repo, I changed some files. I want to stage all of them. But is there a difference between commands: git add file1.php file2.php git add . Does the second command stage only modified files,
I was browsing http://arago-project.org/git/projects/linux-omap3.git repo and came across a strange date-thing, which basically says that parent commit is a year younger than its child. How is this p
I have just started using git recently. I am having an issue with viewing my changed files in the git commit tool. I am using visual studio as my development environment. I have couple of projects as
I did a 'git commit' but I have not pushed to others. so when i do 'git status', I get '# Your branch is ahead of 'master' by 1 commit.' So if I want to roll back my top commit, can I just do git res
I have my project + RestKit submodule. Error appeared when I changed RestKit settings. I added support armv6 and armv7 architecture. git add . git add -u git commit -m new # On branch master # Chan
I've been reading and trying to figure out how to get this to work. I want to prepend the branch name to the commit message so I can just use git commit -m message and get a commit named branch mess
I have a git repo hooked up in phpstorm on windows. I committed a few change sets then pushed them to our central repo. After this I have then made a few more commits. I no longer want these commits
I have already push some commits on my git server on EC2 , not on github. How can I modify those commits on the git server? Operation like remove commit, like rebasing, change commit message Is it pos
I have my first commit which was adding a README file using git commit -m 'first commit' I now have the following (below) and just get system beeps when trying to navigate up or down. Not sure how to
I am programming. I add beautiful code and commit and push it to my repo like: git add * git commit //writes message git push unfuddle master Now i go in and screw everything up. I have not issued a
we are a group of developers working on the same set of files. I want to make sure that no one does a git commit -a -m or git commit -am The developers including me have this bad habbit of git commit
Currently, when I run git svn dcommit git creates a separate commit in SVN for every local commit I've made since last syncing with SVN. Is there any way for dcommit to instead combine all my recent l
I can make a commit with git with the following command: git commit -a However then I have to enter the comment with VIM. Id rather do it all with one command so ive tried the following: git commit -
Yesterday I set up a new machine to develop with, which makes me think I probably missed one step somewhere because when I run: $ git commit -a I get the following: error: cannot run : No such file o
I'm pretty new to this Git thing. I tried to commit my work, using commit amend inside GitX (cause I wanted to make only 1 final commit). I pulled the latest source, resolved conflicts, then staged an
Usually, I just run git add file git commit git push but if I amend the commit before pushing it (with git commit --amend), the next push fails with hint: Updates were rejected because the tip of y
How do I get the git tag(s) on a specific git commit SHA?
This question already has an answer here: How to modify a specified commit? 1 answer I have made 3 git commits, but have not been pushed. How can I amend the older one (ddc6859af44) and (47175e
I'd like to restore the files of the git working copy to a given commit, without setting that commit as the HEAD commit. If I git checkout to a given commit I obtain a detached HEAD, and after commiti
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'm new to git. I understand that once I add new files using git add, I have to run git commit and then git push. The other day, I did this and was surprised to find out that not all of my files were
I went through couple of blogs to understand a merge commit, but not completely clear as to what it is and what is the best practice to avoid it. And the tree diagram of the git log added further conf
When I try to do a git commit -a, I get a nice vim instance. I type in my message, do :wq, vim closes down and the terminal has the message, Aborting commit due to empty commit message. Pursuant to
I created a repo and, locally, dragged-and-dropped an existing project directory into the repo. I then did something like git add directory/ and committed it and pushed it. When I look at my repo on g
I am not able to find a commit that a tag points to by navigating the commit tree. For this specific example, I am using the Tornado Web repository cloned directly from Github. import sys import git i
Which command do i use to revert the changes made by the last commit? The commit was already pushed to the remote server.
I guess I'm just missing some important point in git. I'm using PhpStorm IDE for development process and GIT as a VCS. Everytime I pull changes from one of the developers branches I get a list of comm
Is there a way in git to find the first (second, third) git commit that's not my own commit going back in time?
I need a commit to no longer be in the git database of commits. I need to be able to remove commit abc123... such that git checkout abc123... returns error: pathspec 'abc123...' did not match any file
I accidentally did a git rm filename.txt -f now if I do a git commit -m '', it will commit this delete. How do I un-remove it before I do a git commit?