git log for showing last commit
I'm adding a git log line to my deploy script:
git pull origin master
git log -n 1 > lastcommit.txt
ant -f build.xml deploy
to save details of the last commit. This produces an output file (at time of writing):
Merge: 616a15e 5adc9c5
Author: www-data <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat Jul 28 15:20:39 2012 +0100
Merge branch 'master' of github.com:okohll/agileBase
However, using that commit code https://github.com/okohll/agileBase/commits/3ced14ef1004287b55c21d384447c21cb58edfa6 returns a 404 not found error.
I must have misunderstood git log, I want to find the commit hash that will link to the last commit in github's web interface. Is there a way to do that? What does 3ced14ef1004287b55c21d384447c21cb58edfa6 refer to?
I notice that the 'Merge' line has at the end 5adc9c5 which is the start of the actual code I'm looking for, at time of writing 5adc9c51326772318394fceb479a31e26306259b.
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