How do I get last commit date from git repository?
I need last commit date. This means the latest update date in my program.
I used command : $ git log -1 But this command will give me date from local repository. Rather than I need date from remote repository. I tried some commands as follow. git log -n 1 origin/Sprint-6. git rev-parse --verify HEAD
I have a local git repo that I cloned by using git clone --depth 1 my_repo_url so that I only have the latest commit and don't have to worry about keeping a large history around. If I now do a git p
How can I Find the last commit time from Apache Solr. And last commit time is same as last modifed date? As with the use of LukeRequestHandler we can get the Last Modified Date- http://localhost:8180/
I have a super-module Research that includes a submodule Simulator. When I clone Simulator repository, and do git log, I get this ~/Simulator$ git log commit abcd... Date: Feb 1....... ........ W
I can't seem to find the answer to this seemingly simple question, anywhere: How do you acquire a clean copy of a code repository once you release it? For instance, say I'm at a place in my Git repo
I tried to get a former copy of my code by using the git checkout command. Before using this though, I committed the latest version of the code using git commit. After using git checkout to a previous
I have various Git projects that are on my local machine. I have a server that I would like to use as my remote Git Repository. How do I move my local Git Repositories (Projects) to my server while ke
This question already has an answer here: How to modify a specified commit? 1 answer Let's say I have 3 unpushed commits. Now I want to change the commit message of the first or second commit (
Is there a way to refer to the last commit in a specific branch with git? Or the last N, for that matter? Specifically, I would like to cherry-pick the last commit from a branch without having to get
How can I retrieve the current Git commit version from within a Ruby on Rails app? Want to display the Git version (or maybe the last 6 letters or so) to serve as an App version.
I find that being able to specify the commit message in one go, tricks me into writing short one line commit messages. I often end up along the lines of git commit -m fix things. But whenever I leav
It's straightforward to do a git diff <commit>...<some other commit>, but how can I achieve something equivalent to specifying working tree as the last argument in that command? I've tri
I'm using Trac to manage my projects. Some guys have to take a regular look to my wiki pages to watch changes in a special file. Therefore I have a link on my wikipage. Something link this: [source:My
We recently moved from SVN to Git, but there's a single legacy branch that I need to bring in to the Git repository. The SVN and Git repositories are the same logical code (i.e. they're both called fo
I try: git log -n 1 --pretty=format:%H --remotes=upstream/master but it returns last commit from another branch and another remote if I do git log -n 1 --pretty=format:%H --remotes=upstream it retur
I use a git repository at work on GitHub. I know the basic commands for navigating and editing a repository but I don't know how to set one up from scratch. I would like to setup my own server for the
I want to find out the last thing that I pushed, no the last thing i commited, but pushed. Is there a git command for this? Context: I want to squash some commits before merging my dev_branch with a
This question already has an answer here: How to fully delete a git repository created with init? 6 answers I can't find the command. I tried Googling git 'delete a repository'.
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 migrated my repository from SVN to git. I used THIS site. Now I have a bug in revision X. How do I checkout from my git repository, knowing only the revision number from my old SVN repo? Thank you f
I have a git repository hosted on BitBucket, and have set up SSH authentication between the repository and my Jenkins server. I can build on Jenkins manually, but cannot get the Jenkins service on Bit
Here's what I did.. I checked out a previous commit (2 commits ago) I modified files Committed those files Accidentally went back to the master branch How do I get back to the files I committed with
I have been using Eclipse Indigo with SVN plugin. All project files .*java, *.xhtml..etc are shown with filename with Last Commit Author and Commit Date. How I can simplifiy all filenames so that they
I'm new to GIT. I downloaded GIT for Windows from a GitHub link a few days ago. I'm using the command line tool MinGW32. I'm not comfortable with the default editor so I've been trying to set up my fa
I am new to Git and have done some rudimentary tutorials on how to clone, add, commit stuff. I recently git cloned an online repository on my local DEV environment with something like: git clone git@s
How can I get last year's start and end date using PHP code? Is it possible?
So, I have a very simple use case; I want to squash all the commits that need to go back into master from my 'todays working' branch. Until now I've been using git rebase -i for this, but it doesn't w
I understand that git rebase -i HEAD~2 would open the commits in an interactive mode. I want to skip all those steps and just squash those 2 top commits and pick the commit message from HEAD^. How can
I think this is the simplest question but i am very first to the git . So can you please any body help me out. That is how to fetch the old code from the git repository and how to get the old code fro
I have a git repository. When I do 'git branch', it said $ git branch * com-2.1-SS and then I do 'git log', i get a list of my commit $ git log commit ff878926b78614e8bf6af161da06070618e9ff6b commi
I want to delete all the tags from a Git repository. How can I do that? Using git tag -d tagname delete the tag tagname locally, and using git push --tags I update the tags on the git provider. I trie
How Do I Use git-tfs Idiomatically? The git idiom is to check out branches to the root directory of the repository. Checking out a branch will replace the contents of the directory with the contents
This question already has an answer here: Revert to a previous Git commit 11 answers I know that Git tracks changes I make to my application, and it holds on to them until I commit the changes,
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers I did the following comments git add /file1/path git rm /file/path git commit -m message how do I undo my last
I accidentally added, committed and pushed a huge binary file with my very latest commit to a Git repository. How can I make Git remove the object(s) that was/were created for that commit so my .git d
Create a git repository in some directory. Add all the files in that directory and commit them. Then create another git repository in a parent directory and add all files. Clone that repository elsewh
If I create a Git repository and publish it publicly (e.g. on GitHub etc.), and I get a request from a contributor to the repository to remove or obscure their name for whatever reason, is there a way
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 ignore bin and obj folders from my git repository. As I've found out, there is no easy way to do this in .gitignore. So, are there any other way? Using clean solution in Visual Studio?
I am using git commit hooks to kick off builds, do validations, etc. What I would like to do is ensure the hooks get installed every time I check out an instance or copy of the git repository. I am on
I have a list of changed files in git repository. There is one file I don't wanna commit for the current moment. Can I do: git commit -a To commit all files and then somehow remove that file from cur
I have committed wrong files to my branch and pushed it to origin. I have seen the article at How to undo the last Git commit? that deals with undoing a local commit, but my problem is that I have pus
The resources below describe how to remove sensitive data from a git repository. How do I remove sensitive files from git’s history? GitHub Help: Removing sensitive data Afterward, how do I double-c
I am trying to extract all files from a repository at a specific commit. I would like to extract these files to an alternate location without affecting the existing repository. This is the command I'm
After cloning a git repository, How can I get the repository file? for example) After git clone http://firstname.lastname@example.org/asdf/asdf.git I want to know the URL(http://email@example.com/asdf/asdf.git
I develope on Windows at home and send my changes to the customer. Customer do not want to have any SCM installed, so I need to send files I've changed from last iteration. Currently I'm using Subvers
I stupidly pushed a commit to github with a very messed up commit name. How do I change this? Does git ammend still work for already pushed commit?
I am new to git , i want to check latest git commit hash of a github repository of a particular branch . I can see the hash on web-gui , is there any command is available for it ?
While writing code i like to commit at stages where some progress has been made, as i use cli for git i have to type same commit message again and again using -m option. reading git documentation ther
This question already has an answer here: Revert to a previous Git commit 11 answers I cloned a Git repository and then tried to roll it back to a particular commit early on in the development