How can I change the default comments in the git commit message?
Is it possible to modify the commented part of the default git commit message? I want to add a bit more 'context' information for my users.
# Please enter the commit message for your changes.
# (Comment lines starting with '#' will not be included)
# Explicit paths specified without -i nor -o; assuming --only paths...
# On branch master
# Changes to be committed:
# (use "git reset HEAD <file>..." to unstage)
# modified: test.txt
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I just realized that I left one word in the commit message of a previous commit (so I can't use git commit --amend) that makes the message mean completely the opposite of what I had intended. The comm
I want to change the last commit content. I can do local changes. and then execute git commit --amend I can also do the following: git rebase -i HEAD~ choose the commit to edit. do local changes and
So two months ago I migrated our codebase in SVN into Git with the complete changeset history. Immediately after that, we tagged a new release and continued working. So while we've continued working i
When I use Git checkout master~X, I will get the Xth merged commit, what I really want is the Xth real commit (not merged commits only). How can I do that? Thanks.
I'm aware that Cmd+k (on a Mac) will bring up the Git commit dialog, but I can't figure out how to do a commit and then a push without switching to my mouse. Can anyone provide any guidance here?
I followed the instructions to fixing a pushed commit message here. It worked well for my local repository. Then I force pushed it back to remote, but the old message is still on git hub. Is this a kn
This question already has an answer here: Change the author of a commit in Git 24 answers I've made a terrible mistake. Looking back on my git commits, it seems that somehow I've managed to get
How can I change the time I've made a commit in my local repository? Suppose I've done several commits and noticed that the date on my computer is wrong. These commits were not pushed anywhere yet, so
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I'd like to use git to record all the changes to a file. Is there a way I can turn git 'commit' on to automatically happen every time a file is updated - so there is a new commit for every change to
git commit opens the text editor and displays some information about the changes to be committed: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an
I am in the middle of committing. I have typed up my commit message in vim. I now remembered I needed to change something. I realize that there are other options to accomplish what I want, but I want
Is there a way to wrap git commit comments (when viewed via git log), so they are not cut off at the end of the line? It seems like there should be a pretty simple solution, but I haven't been able to
I am using mac os, git(without github), gitolite as git server and pivotal tracker. I would like to add git hook which notify pushed commit for ex: [#432324] some commit will add as a comment to PT s
I don't really understand what happens if I check out an old commit, do some modifications, and commit using git commit --amend. Will that change automatically propagate to future commits? How does i
I am having a weird problem where lots of ^M characters show up in my git commit message. Please find a screenshot attached. This is not causing any problems, just makes it annoying to read through.
I'm looking for exactly the same behavior as git add -i -p But instead of composing a commit from my working directory, I'd like to compose my working directory from (parts of) a commit. How can I d
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:
I did commit on my branch. I accidently added .tar.gz files in it which i want to ignore. Then i did this git reset --soft HEAD^ Now my commit is gone Modified files are as it is But the untracked fi
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My colleague pushed his commit to our github repository. Unfortunatlley he has system date set to some 20 days ahead of the real time. So all (4) his commits have wrong date. I would like to change th
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When I edit a commit message with vim (by entering git commit), vim opens, but first with a prompt that the YouCompleteMe plugin is unavailable: $ git commit YouCompleteMe unavailable: requires Vim 7.
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I wrote a custom RpcRequestBuilder for authentication, much like this: http://stuffthathappens.com/blog/2009/12/22/custom-http-headers-with-gwt-rpc But i need every GWT RPC service to have my custom b
There is a dialog that pops up on running: git commit -amend That wants me to review the messages. Is there a way to omit this dialog and keep the same message as was provided last time?
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I'd like to find a last (newest) Git commit that is not a merge commit. (Let's say we just check the commit message, and if it doesn't start with Merge then we assume commit is not a merge - is there
How can I change the default value for an inherited dependency property? In our case, we've created a subclass of Control which by default has its Focusable set to 'true'. We want our subclass to have
I just import my porject from svn to git So i plan to do some cleanup to my commit history Let say i have this kind of commit history (all already been push) Commit Message Date .. ffa7e08 change erro
This question already has an answer here: Git: How to edit/reword a merge commit's message? 3 answers I have merged with other branch, and there are few commits after merge, before pushing i wa
I have made a git commit but I have not pushed. And I am now working on a new bug fix, which should not touch the same files as the first commit. Is it possible for me to commit this bug fix AND git p
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
I have just a master branch in my git repo. I commited a change to my file yesterday night: git add filename git commit -m 'my message' This morning I was making some more changes that later I wanted
I created a tag on the master branch called v0.1 like this: git tag -a v0.1 But then I realised there were still some changes I needed to merge into master for release 0.1, so I did that. But now my v
Is there any way I can check for whitespace/tab (i.e. don't use tab, use spaces instead, and do have end of line space) in my git commits? I have ~ 10 commits, I want to double check them before I pus
net project then it runs in mozilla. I want to change that setting & i want in internet explorer, how i can do this? Thank you.
I have written a commit to a file from gitk by right-clicking the commit and selecting Write commit to file. How do I apply the commit from this file? I can do git apply, git add and git commit comb
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I always use git commit --verbose. Is there an equivalent option/setting that will make git show me the diff when I'm rewording a commit message during git rebase --interactive?
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From time to time I find myself commit-amending using the same message. Typically, I do: Add my changes to staging area. Do git commit --amend. Wait for the text editor to open. Save and close it (wi
If I made some changes, but didn't do a commit -m my message, how can I rollback to where I was? If I did a commit -m 'my message' but didn't push to origin, how can I roll back? If I did a git pull
I want aliases for: git add --a git commit -m git push origin master git pull origin master I have made them all, except how do I have terminal prompt me for a commit message, and then store it? S
I know that I can use git commit --amend --file=path-to-my-new-message but this will amend staged changes, too. Of course, I could stash and later apply&drop the stash, but is there a quicker solu