git highlighting of commit message
Is it possible to make git commands highlight a commit message in the terminal?
Saved working directory and index state WIP on master: 9d657ff Sort events
HEAD is now at 9d657ff Sort events
Otherwise it is hard to catch them in the abundant output of git.
I am currently working on a project which I periodically commit to the project Git repository on GitHub. Now I need to make major changes in this project without affecting the current release, so how
I am new to git and I am confused by this error message that keeps popping up when I commit: warning: LF will be replaced by CRLF in New Full Car.mdl. The file will have its original line endings in
The git book seems to contradict itself re git commit --amend: This command takes your staging area and uses it for the commit. If you’ve made no changes since your last commit..., then your snapshot
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I have a habit of going back to my old commits in git and modify my working directory.For example I have a series of commits A<-B<-C<-D<-E<-F In commit B I added some text files.Now I
TL;DR As described in this post, I changed a TFS changeset comment. How can I get this to be reflected in the corresponding Git commit in my local Git repository, using Git-Tfs? Verbose version I'm a
Is there a way to encourage(force) users to enter a commit message of at least X characters? excluding white space. I'm trying to stop commit messages that are just a blank space long or a couple of c
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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
I'm currently in the midst of a git rebase --interactive session, where I'm editing a commit. I'm proceeding as suggested by Git: How to split up a commit buried in history i.e. I ran git reset HEAD^
I somehow did this: A -- B -- C (init) / Z (master) I can't figure out how to delete the Z commit or ho to rebase it as a parent of A. Is that even possible?
This question already has an answer here: Start a git commit message with a hashmark (#) 4 answers I have set mcedit as my editor for git commit messages. By default it ignores any lines starti
I have made a 'git commit' followed by a 'git push'. How can I revert that change on both local and remote repositories? $ git log commit 364705c23011b0fc6a7ca2d80c86cef4a7c4db7ac8 Author: Michael Sil
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:
Does anyone have a git commit hook I can use that will ensure a JIRA issue number appears in the checkin message? I've got no experience driving JIRA from a git commit hook so any help would be apprec
Would it make sense to perform git rebase while preserving the commit timestamps? I believe a consequence would be that the new branch will not necessarily have commit dates chronologically. Is that t
While editing code in VIM I would like to add small one-line notes to the Git Commit message. Sometimes I find it simpler to to fix a small issue right when I see it rather than to comment it or docum
How can I reword the message of an old commit that is already pushed to a private remote? I want to keep the time stamps and tags. I found this command here: git filter-branch -f --msg-filter \ 'sed
I'm using EGit with mylyn. When I used to commit my code to git repository, the commit dialog would be filled by default message showing the task ID, task description, etc. Now I don't see the default
As a newbie git user; when I try to commit my work with git commit -a -v and after I make the necessary changes, I close the file and get this Aborting commit due to empty commit message. error. I h
in the past, I used a third party software for git. Now I am trying to use the bash commands. It got really frustrating. So, when I finish writing the commit message I get many options: ^O: Save ^G: H
I have an intermediate git commit which i have merged into the code now. It happened by mistake. I have 2 options: Delete the project from gerrit, for which i have to install the delete-project plug
I am using eGit plugin with eclipse. I have made changes to 7 files locally and then figured out no changes needed for one of the files - so I have to only commit 6 files and revert the changes on the
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 have a working tree containing 3 commmits: ➜ ~myproject git:(master) git log commit a99cce8240495de29254b5df8745e41815db5a75 Author: My Name <email@example.com> Date: Thu Aug 16 00:59:05 2012 +0200
I often forgot that I have some new files and directly do, git commit -a -m My commit message This only commits changed files, and I have to do add the remaining files in a new commit. This means t
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
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
Git treats lines starting with # as comment lines when committing. this is very annoying when working with a ticket tracking system, and trying to write the ticket number at the beginning of the line,
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 pushed a commit with one changed file to Github. This was the first (and only) commit to this repo, which was forked from another user. I then changed the commit message using git commit --amend -m
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'm trying to do a hook for a message that you're about to commit on git. What I usually do when about to commit is [SOME_DESCRIPTION] Refs #[0-9]+ I've never done shell scripting before but I'm fairl
When I try to commit the first revision to my git repository (git commit) from Cygwin, I'm getting an error in gvim which says Unable to open swap file for foo\.git\COMMIT_EDITMSG [New Directory].
Is it possible to create a commit message with link to other repository commit? Eg. something like [Username\Repo\commitHash] Usage example: if some bc break would happen in some framework's commit, I
I wrote the wrong thing in a commit message. How can I change the message? The commit has not been pushed.
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 am currently considering moving from a svn/bugzilla system using scmbug to integrate the two to a git/redmine system. I have been having trouble trying to find a way to require commits to be associa
I typically use VIM for almost everything coding-related. I have configured my environment so Subversion opens VIM to edit the commit message when I execute svn commit. If I close VIM without saving t
I was searching a certain commit id in a specific branch, although the commit isn't in that specific branch I've got a result, while in git log there are no results. git log commit_id # finds commit
Possible Duplicate: How to delete a 'git commit' I am new to git and I encountered a situation which I need some help with. I cloned a remote repository to my PC, and then opened a new branch named
Is it possible to prepare a commit message prior to a commit, meaning that I will type my commit message before the actual commit or during the working dir so that I know what I am working on and I kn
so I have an sh script that throws together some files then commits them to a git repo. How can I dynamically add the date to my commit message? My .sh looks something like // do things to files... gi
I want to have the 1. Commit hash 2. commit date 3. commit author 4. commit message from last commit My problem is that if i use git log -1 then it shows all the squashed commits but i only want to
How do I enter an exclamation point into a git commit message from the command line? It is possible to escape the exclamation point with a backslash, but then the backslash ends up in the commit messa
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 ? Thx
I need some help with a Bash script that will automatically add the Git's branch name as a hash in commit messages. Any ideas? Thanks!
While trying to revert a commit I made to my repository of my .emacs.d folder I get the following message: haziz@haziz> git revert 7fe3f error: could not revert 7fe3f0b... .emacs.d contents from ub
I was configuring git and during this phase created a few test commits (I was commiting a change of 1 character with pointless commit message). After these I was using git and created a lot of normal
Is there a convention for referring to a previous commit in a git commit message? Example commit message: Fixed bug such and such introduced in a1b2c3e4 In particular, is there a convention that gith