Picking commit objects in Git
How do pick only one commit from a branch on a remote repository and merge it to the current branch on my local repository?
I looked around on google, and I found git cherry-pick. But this seems to be for doing this only across branches in the same repository.
When I read about git-rebase, I understood the rebased commits should get lost. I say should because I noticed that, knowing the rebased commit sha, I can recall it. Suppose I have the following three
How can I configure git commit to act as git commit -v (showing the full diff being committed) by default? Using an alias is not quite satisfactory, as it does not affect commit message editing during
Maybe I'm lacking some google search skills, but, before I start building one from scratch, Is there a ready-made web-based git commit tool? What I need it to do is allow the user, from a web interfa
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 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
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
I did a commit and push on my git repo. I then needed to rollback that commit which I did like this: git reset --hard b1b5768c9687455f01bab242ff177a5ee403104f Is it possible to find the SHA of the fi
Is there a way to show index numbers of commit in git log command, git log only show me SHA1 check sum. Thanks
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
I've been having issues with adding files to my commits. In short, whenever I do git add , the files added to the unstaged commit are from the Git folder in my Program files dir (to clarify, I'm using
I made a commit & pushed to repo. Later I modified the commit message by using git commit --amend, In the pop-up window I entered the new message. I could see the new message via git log. After al
I would like to roll back a Git repository to a previous commit. I have committed many times (30?) since the [PREVIOUS COMMIT]. I do NOT want to retain the history or changes of these later commits
It goes like this: I have files A and B that I modified I'm only suppose to commit and push A, but accidentally committed both and pushed both A and B I did a git push old-id:master so on github it
What's the difference between: git add . git commit -a Should I be doing both, or is that redundant?
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.
If I run git status: # On branch new-media # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what will be committed) # (use git checkout -- <file>... to discard chang
There is following log: $ git log commit d335ed918ecadec2152152f76fd3c99dc59de80b Author: author <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed Feb 29 18:45:48 2012 +0100 a commit ed937db6bb2350e37ffb1d0e2e4141ec
Often during a commit($git -commit -m ) I would wish to read my last comment to remember what progress I have made. Is there an easy way to directly access the last commit message through cmd line?
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
I have a bunch of git commits that need to be modified. I haven't pushed any of them yet, I've simply been doing: git add . git commit -m message 1 git add . git commit -m message 2 git add . git
Is there any way of online editing the commit message in GitHub.com, after submission? From the command line, one can do git commit --amend -m New commit message as correctly suggested in another q
If I have a git post-commit hook which running a gradle build then how can I see the console log under the running? For example compile.., test.. Thanks the answers
Recently I migrated from opensuse to centos and after that GIT has started to ignore my custom commit-msg hook. It simply doesn't execute it. (I checked it by add small piece of code to add_ChangeId
Possible Duplicate: How can I commit only part of a file in git How do I commit a few specific line ranges from a file to git? while ignoring some other line changes in the same file.
In a Git tutorial I'm going through, git commit is used to store the changes you've made. What is git push used for then?
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 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 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
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
In an attempt to create a bridge between Git and SVN that allows developers on one project to use SVN and those on another project to use Git, I inadvertantly overwrote the entire git commit history i
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
I know that to make git check the commit message before committing you can implement hooks/commit-msg. But now imagine a case where you want to let the hooks/pre-commit script behave differently based
I am trying to implement picking in WebGL. I have a lot of objects (around 500), and I'd like each one to be allowed to be picked. In order to do that, I did a loop which assigns a unique colour to ea
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/
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'm facing the problem of merging a subset of revisions from one topic-branch to another. Since I am using git-svn, I was curious to see if it is possible to use cherry-picking for this. Using Subvers
Possible Duplicate: Undo git add before commit When i was working on my project I accidently added files using the following command git add file I haven't yet run git commit. How can I undo or r
How can I combine 1st commit with 4th commit in git using 'git rebase'. From what I read here http://gitready.com/advanced/2009/02/10/squashing-commits-with-rebase.html, the 'squash' command in 'git r
Right now I always do a git log and copy/paste a hash to git checkout <hash> in order to checkout a previous commit and branch off from there, etc. It would be really awesome if I could auto-com
I have branch foo off of master/head. I wanted to ammend the master/head and have these changes picked up on branch foo. I did the following: git checkout master git add ... git commit --amend git che
I sent a commit (named A commit) to review (Gerrit) using git review command. Now, I make a new commit (named B commit) and I want to send it to review as well, but I don't want to re-send the A
I am following the easy git guide at nettuts easy git guide I initialised an empty git instance in my ~/ directory and then added my .vimrc and my .vim/ files. git add .vimrc git add .vim However whe
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 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
I am using keyword expansion like the one described in the book Pro Git. However, after a commit one needs to do, for example, rm file git checkout file to have the correct keyword expansion in the w
I performed git commit --amend. I made some changes, but wanted to discard them, so I then performed git reset --hard HEAD, thinking it would go back to the point I amended. It seems to have gone bac
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
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
I noticed clover is not picking up results for 1 particular class that I have. Its a domain object that has 3 overloaded constructors. It shows up in the clover reports as having 0% coverage. I even 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 -