GIT Log or Commit Monitor
I am trying to find a Git Commit Monitor for Windows. Does anyone know whether one exists or ?
Ideally it would essentially monitor the log and notify when a new commit has occurred ?
What is the difference between GIT's add vs push vs commit? Just a little confused coming over from SVN, where update will 'add' stuff, and commit does a push and will 'add' as well yet there are
I learnt this trick to clean up the commit log. I want to do it but I have a little concern. My repo is currently forked by a few people and I wonder if It is wise to clean up my own commit log. For e
Is there an option to show the full command when using an alias? Example: $ git ci -m initial commit Full command: git commit -m initial commit ... $ git lg Full command: git log --graph --pretty=
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
The git GUI commit tool closes after clicking commit - is there any way to keep it open? Sometimes I want to commit multiple times, and having to reopen the commit tool adds an extra unnecessary ste
I tried to search for what is git commit consists of and what parts takes part in commit's sha hash. But probably I was asking wrong words I found nothing. I wonder what commit consists of. I read com
My current default git log line runs as follows: git log --graph --date=relative --pretty=format:'%Cblue%h%Creset %Cgreen(%cr)%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s' --abbrev-commit -7 Sometimes, however, I
I'm trying to get all commits before some date from AOSP (android open source project). I found that I can do it by git command: git log --before=2011-12-01 But it shows me only author date (date wh
I want to revert a particular commit in git. Unfortunately, our organization still uses CVS as a standard, so when I commit back to CVS multiple git commits are rolled into one. In this case I would l
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 I want to split the first commit in my git re
is there a way to have a pre-commit hook which auto-formats the code (for example with astyle) but does not destroy a partial commit? Workflow: # edit a file.txt git add -p file.txt # add one chunk, b
For a git log viewer that I'm building, I was just viewing git log output and wondered about three things. As there's no documentation about the exact output in the Git SCM book and similar resource a
My current git history looks like this: develop: A -- B -- C \ feature1: D -- E \ feature2: G -- H -- I But, I would prefer this, instead: feature2: G' -- H' -- I' / develop: A -- B -- C \ feature1:
A-->B-->C-->D-->E (master) \->X-->Y-/-->Z (debug) Hi all if try git log master..debug then I get Z only, because X, Y were merged to master branch. briefly, i wanna get all log
I'm looking at a git hook which looks for print statements in Python code. If a print statement is found, it prevents the git commit. I want to override this hook and I was told that there is a comma
I need to export to an archive a set of commits in a git repository. How do I do this? Using svn, I could choose commits and export to zip.
I want to determine git commit metrics using bash script. But I never use bash script. The idea is to have the number of commit wich are not referenced in their status during a specific time (i.e.: no
When I do a git commit -a, I am seeing the following: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit. # On bran
It appears that the ^ and ~ syntax in git only ever goes to the left parent commit (the commit into which the right parent is merged). In my specific case, I have a tree like this: $ git log --pretty=
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 am trying to use WMI to monitor the event log for EntryWritten events, so I set up the handler as follows: // Create the event log monitor string query = Select * From __InstanceCreationEvent Where
I'm using the eclipse plugin for git in order to commit my PHP projects. Until now everything goes fine but suddenly when I commit i get the following error: Committing failed An internal error occur
Since a branch is more or less only a tag, that moves automatically to the new commit, I wonder if I can modify this tag. Example: master A -- B -- C -- D git checkout master would be the same as
I understand that the correct way of amending an GIT old commit is to use rebase --interactive, but just to get clear on the concepts, I would like to understand what happens when I do git checkout
Probably a simple problem here, but this is my use case: Need to see something in old branch, run git log -10 It tells me i'm not on any branch, so i run git checkout master However, after i checked o
I am currently working on a project about calculations.I have done the main part of my project,Also integrated SVN Commit function to my code (using .ini file to read the specific address etc. ) I can
i want to monitor several log files concurrently .How to do in java ?
I want to get the log of all branch in only the current tree. Long story Given the git history below: $ git log --all --decorate --oneline --graph * 3d0cb35 (HEAD, master) 4th commit | * a43b07c (bran
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
Okay, about 700 commits ago (>30 days) I accidently saved ThirdParty/mapper/Songbird_1.2.0-1146_windows-i686-msvc8.exe (iTunes type of download) in my local Git repository without noticing, which w
What is the right way? git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git pull git push Or git pull git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git push Or git add foo.js git pull git commit foo.js -
Is there a way I can utilize git to export/download my MySQL development database that is utilized in my code on a commit or some other way through git so that whenever I clone my project, I always ha
Is there a way to generate a git commit log for the last month, and export it as a CSV file? I'm looking for something I can run from the command line, or a 3rd party app. I'd like the following colum
I need to use the Git log command to extract Commit Id, commit subject where commit-body contains a specific word. I also need to print only those lines from the commit body that contain that word. Us
When I use Git checkout master~X, I will get the Xth merged commit, what I really want is the Xth real commit (not merged commits only). How can I do that? Thanks.
I am able to see a commit using 'git show 9a6fe03' But when I use 'git log' and search for '9a6fe03', I see nothing. And when I do 'git grep 9a6fe03', it returns nothing too. Can you please tell me wh
I'm trying to wrap my head around the intricacies of Git. I pulled down a repository from GitHub using git clone [url here]. I made some changes, the tried to commit them with git commit. This did
I am trying to migrate from StarTeam to git and I am facing some issues... When I import the data from my existing StarTeam multiple times, the commit checksums are different everytime I try. I can on
I can run git log --pretty='format:%ci::%an <%ae>::%s::%H!!!' --since=1/1/1900 on a cloned repository. Is it possible to get the same output without having to clone the repository first?
I have a git-svn repository and wanted to merge a branch onto master. To do so, I performed the following steps, starting on the branch: git commit -m my commit message # commit the changes on the
I am using git to manage a C++ project. When I am working on the projects, I find it hard to organize the changes into commits when changing things that are related to many places. For example, I may
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 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
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
I did a commit and reverted with git revert HEAD^ just git log ➜ git:(master) git log commit 45a0b1371e4705c4f875141232d7a97351f0ed8b Author: Daniel Palacio <email@example.com> Date: Tue Jan 17
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 merged the wrong way between two branches. I then ran the following: git reset --hard HEAD^ I am now back at the previous commit (which is where I want to be). Was that the correct thing to do? The
I have made two commits in my git repository and push them to my git server the two commits are In first commit file A is committed In second commit file B is committed now on the other developmen
I have just started using git and when I git commit it uses the VIM text editor to change write the commit message. Is this normal? In the tutorials and examples I have read, nowhere has VIM been use
I am originally svn user. In git git log shows only log from current commit. how can I get the log from HEAD?