Git: Move to previous and next commit
I need a way to quickly move to the previous and next commit in a git branch.
For the previous I found that I can do:
git reset --hard HEAD~1
And probably alias that in a
git prev or something, but I can't find out how to move "up" to the next commit.
And ideal solution would use 2 alias
git prev and
I have installed fresh Ubuntu 12.04 and initialized some project with git. When I did git commit, it opened some file with nano editor for me to enter commit description. Questions: 1) Can I use vi in
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