git look commit log for commit id
I want to look at the commit by id. for instance I want to know the code that got committed for that Id something like :
git log <commit_id>
and this will display the commit code and message that went against this ID.
I have a git repo on my local and I push it to BitBucket. I have a deleted folder in my previous commit, which I now want to bring it back. On my local machine, I do git checkout COMMIT_ID path/to/del
When I write a command line: git commit -m ™Initial commit™ I got an error: error: pathspec 'commit\342\204\242' did not match any file(s) known to git. How can i fix it?
Is there a way to export a sequence of commits into a patch from Git. Say I need to export the last 5 commits from a repository and import them into another repository. How would I go about doing that
If cee157 can refer to 2 different commit IDs, such as cee157eb799af829a9a0c42c0915f55cd29818d4 and cee1577fecf6fc5369a80bd6e926ac5f864a754b will Git warn me if I type in git log cee157? (or Git 1.8.
May be its asked already but I couldn't find it in here. I have a branch FEATURE merged into a branch STABLE and currently when I do git show from STABLE am getting the last commit which is commit 26
What's the difference between: git add . git commit -a Should I be doing both, or is that redundant?
I have a git repo which contains many submodules. When I commit in a submodule, I have a git hook which is supposed to commit in the supermodule. Unfortunately, the commit in the post-commit hook fa
I want to combine several commit into one commit. git checkout origin/develop -b develop echo a >> README && git commit -am Feature A commit 1 echo a >> README && git
I'd like to parse metainformations from git repository. I'd like to fetch a single information for a commit, as in git log --pretty=format:%an HEAD^..HEAD Problem is, this is not working for the firs
If I look at the commit graph with gitk --all, it's quite complicated (I did a lot of branching and merging just for the fun of it on a little one person few yours project). Now I was wondering, if th
This question already has an answer here: Start a git commit message with a hashmark (#) 4 answers I have a little problem. In our company we have an agreement that all commits that related to
git-notes is used to add or inspect object notes. How can I delete a git-notes commit, so the commit of git-notes command will not exist in git history. I want to delete git-notes commit, I'm not mean
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
I'm writing a bash script to add, commit, push all files in a directory. #!/bin/bash git add . read -p Commit description: desc git commit -m $desc git push origin master I'm getting the following
Possible Duplicate: Rolling back local and remote git repository by 1 commit How can I remove the last commit from a remote GIT repository such as I don't see it any more in the log? If for example
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
I am trying to use git commit -ac <commit_id> to perform a new commit. However I see that the date and time is used for the new commit is that of the previous commit_id that I pass. Is there a w
I'm confused. I want to go back to a previous commit that I identified in git log. But when I do git checkout , I don't get said commit. Nothing changes. It tells me I'm in detached HEAD mode, but
Is it redundant to run git add . and then git commit -am commit message? Can I just run git add . and then git commit -m commit message or, alternatively, just git commit -am commit message?
I have the hash for a git commit I made a few weeks ago. I tried checking it out but it says that the hash did not match any file(s) known to git. I also looked for it in git reflog, but don't see i
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
This is the output of my 'git log'. But when I do a 'git pull' , the top commit causes conflict. So I did a 'git rebase -abort' commit 7826b25db424b95bae9105027edb7dcbf94d6e65 commit 5d1970105e8fd2c7b
Today i typed git commit without the file name i was thinking of, and strange things happened. usually it would just tell me use a filename or -a, dummie, but this time it showed: $ git commit -m s
I'm using egg (emacs got git) as git interface in emacs. Whenever I try to achieve a commit --amend, I receive a GIT-COMMIT-AMEND> Aborting commit due to empty commit message. This is what i do:
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
Since a git SHA is a hash generated from the commit files, metadata, and commit message, changing the commit message changes the SHA. But would it be possible to make a change to the commit message th
Seems easy but I just don't get it. I am in the root of my application. Here is my workflow. git add . git commit -m added a new feature some files changed git push heroku master This usually works
Just pulled a change that i'd like to reverse, what's the quickest way of rolling back one commit?
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
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 need to look at the commit i did few weeks ago e.g. when i do > git log --oneline -10 b45e80d ten 711aa9c nine 166dbfa eight 26abb54 seven ddd6bb6 siz 54430c3 five ca2d76f four 81ccc8c three d36
After creating a new svn-depot and committing a file I get an empty log. I did the following: $ mkdir tmp $ cd tmp $ svnadmin create depot $ # copy empty depot to the work repo $ svn co file:///home/a
I was advised to commit all my changes before running git pull and merge. Does it make sense ? What if I run pull and merge before committing my changes and commit them after the merge?
I have a commit id available in the bare repo. git show commit id, shows the commit with the changes. But the same commit doesn't show up when using the below commands git branch --contains <commit
This question already has an answer here: Change the author of a commit in Git 24 answers I've made a terrible mistake. Looking back on my git commits, it seems that somehow I've managed to get
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 -
I'm trying to output the full commit message in the console, and I am able to but I have to keep resizing the console window(cygwin) in order to reveal more. The command im using is git log --pretty=
I am git newbee and I have a very simple github repo and I want to commit a change to it, so I do this ... 1) start Git Bash (I am on a Windows system) 2) execute ... $ git clone https://github.com/
What is the simplest way to undo a particular commit that is: not in the head or HEAD Has been pushed to the remote. Because if it is not the latest commit, git reset HEAD doesn't work. And becaus
I am new to Jenkins. How to trigger a build remotely from Jenkins? Can anybody tell how to configure Git post commit hook? My requirement is whenever changes are made in the Git repository for a parti
I try to diff file with a commit way old in log. So using commit number would be more straightforward than counting from HEAD. I tried some of the commands I found but not working very well and there
From time to time I find myself commit-amending using the same message. Typically, I do: Add my changes to staging area. Do git commit --amend. Wait for the text editor to open. Save and close it (wi
What are git commit generation numbers (hacker news link) and what are their significance?
Lets suppose git log shows versions: fff ... ccc bbb aaa How to get back to version bbb and commit it without destroying history. So that git log would show: bbb* fff ... ccc bbb aaa
I have made a mistake in one of the commits. Now I want to completely delete this commit, so it looks like it has never existed. I don't want to see this in log. I have tried all tips from this questi
Typical output of git-describe looks like some-tag-32-gf31f980 where some-tag is a tag name, 32 means that the described commit is 32 commits after the commit with that tag, and gf31f980 means that t
How do i actually run the achive_commitlog command? I've added the path to the commit log i wan to archive: archive_command=/bin/ln /var/lib/cassandra/ /backup/CommitLog-3-1379341689071.log But when
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
After merge all commits into one (for rewrite git log history) on local machine (this operation was succesfull) I have a notice after command git status Your branch and 'origin/master' have diverged,
I am using Git Bash and am trying to figure out what is happening when I type 'git commit -a'. Looks like VIM opens up to edit my commit message but how do I save and actually complete this commit? I