Git commit all files
How can I commit the full project again? (I want upload all of my file upload again to heroku)
I have a git repository that I am using and I've screwed up. I made a few patches to the source tree and then went on to do upgrades without committing the patches first. Then I committed the whole ba
I need to write a script that will iterate through all of the commits on a branch, starting from the most recent for each commit, iterate through all of the files in the commit if it finds a file of
I would like to check commit message before git commit. I use pre-commit hook to do that, but couldn't find the way to get commit message in .git/pre-commit script. How could I get it?
I just did a git commit -m blah then I added some files, how do I rollback and remove what is in my current files that have not yet been added/committed?
I would like to list the last commit date for a large number of files in a git repository. For the sake of concreteness, let us assume that I want to get the last commit dates of all *.txt files insid
Can you undo a past commit/merge made into a git respository via a git command, or do you have to manually undo all the changes made in that commit? e.g. A commit just changes some text on a page. The
I want to redesign my Graphical User Interface in Visual Studio C#.I am using git bash for this purposes since I have a commit log of all my work. I entered the following command git rebase -i HEAD~3
How do I, using git, list all files in a particular directory together with the owner/identity of those files at first commit? Is getting slices of information like this across many files usually dif
Long story short, I have a situation where egit allows unchanged files to be committed. If I commit, will this corrupt the git repository?
What's the simplest one-liner to get the last commit date for a bunch of files in a git repository (i.e., for each file, the date of the last commit that changed that file)? EDIT: The context for this
It seems that it is suggested we can commit often to keep track of intermediate changes of code we wrote… such as on hginit.com, when using Mercurial or Git. However, let's say if we work on a project
Could someone recommend a free git hosting service providing post commit mail notifications which include diff contents?
Is there any way I can do git add -A git commit -m commit message in one command? I seem to be doing those two commands a lot, and if git had an option like git commit -Am commit message, it woul
Can anyone let me know how to create list of all files exists in GIT repo with their commit comments so far. I want to list all the files with their GIT commit comments which included JIRA issue id ,
There are multiple questions on Stack Overflow addressing the problem of staging and committing only parts from files. However, I can't make it work. How can I commit only part of a file in git Let'
I like to look at my Git log like this $ git log --graph --decorate --oneline -10 --all but it includes commit messages. How do I hide messages and obtain something like this? * e12ed2d (master) * d
Possible Duplicate: git add -A, git commit in one command? If I understand correctly, when new files are added to a directory when using git, I have to call more than one command to make sure that t
I can make a commit with git with the following command: git commit -a However then I have to enter the comment with VIM. Id rather do it all with one command so ive tried the following: git commit -
How to make tar archive from git repository since selected commit? This question is similar to Git archive all changes except first commit but I need .tar archive as a result not git patch file. Expl
Can I see somewhere an example post-commit hook to run a script on each committed file? eg. git add file1 git add file2 git commit -am my commit and the hook executes: myscript -myparams file1 m
In Git, is there a way to merge all changes from one branch into another, but squash to a single commit at the same time? I often work on a new feature in a separate branch and will regularly commit/
What is the right way? git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git pull git push Or git pull git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git push Or git add foo.js git pull git commit foo.js -
If I look at the commit graph with gitk --all, it's quite complicated (I did a lot of branching and merging just for the fun of it on a little one person few yours project). Now I was wondering, if th
So I can combine git add -a and git commit -m Add whatever using git commit -a -m Add whatever, but this will only stage tracked files. Why doesn't git offer git commit -A -m Add whatever so tha
I am writing a pre-commit hook. I want to run php -l against all files with .php extension. However I am stuck. I need to obtain a list of new/changed files that are staged. deleted files should be ex
Sometimes from muscle memory, I run git commit -a when I have some files or parts of files carefully staged and ready to commit, causing me to lose my careful staging action. Is there a way to make gi
I'm currently learning Git and have an issue understanding how Git retrieves files from a branch when you check it out. From what I understand the branch is just a pointer to a commit. So I believed t
I my text files (java) I use markers like $Author$, $Date$, $Revision$ which are updated on each commit. How can I do this in Git?
My main question here is whether iti makes sense to just always do git commit -am instead of git add . followed by git commit -m? I understand that -am indicates that it will add all changes from modi
Background: I'm working on a pre-commit tool. As a developer it can be quite frustrating to pull another developer's branch and have the pre-commit hook complain loudly about files that I haven't even
So I'm trying to learn git and I'm trying to make a git repo on my Debian virtual machine and play around with some files in order to learn the git commands. I've installed git core files, then I did
The default git diff behavior is to open each diff file in serial (wait for previous file to be closed before opening next file). I'm looking for a way to open all the files at once - in BeyondCompar
I don’t understand git commit at all. It’s been a week since I’ve been using git and all these git with –a, -m, new files, untracked etc is making me totally confused. Tortoisegit is saving me for th
I made a commit which contains lot of .o files that I want to ignore. So I created a .gitignore file and even made it default global (I put it to my home and did git config --global core.excludesfile
I was wondering if it is possible to push all my local commits (all 'unpushed' commits of the day) to the remote repository as a single commit with a custom message. None of the posts on Stack Overflo
There is a big commit long ago in the past and a lot of change happened since then. How do I list all files those don't change of that commit up to now?
I'm new to git hooks. I'm not able to understand below pre-commit hook. Can anyone tell me how this works please.Here my doubt is how grep will be happened in committed files as we are not taking thos
I'm trying to use a Git pre-commit hook to run some style checks and automatically generate an AUTHORS file that pulls in the names of all contributors using git shortlog. My pre-commit script consist
Shouldn't all the files in the committed, staging and working area be rewound to that commit? It's not working for me. My intention was to commit, play around with my Rails project, then go back to th
I've got about 150 directories which I want to rename (and commit) in a git repo. The paths are something similar to; /src/app/testing/linux/testindexscreen_home/image.png /src/app/testing/osx/testind
As asked in this question, I also want to know how to resolve a conflicting git stash pop without adding all modifications to a commit (just like git stash pop without a conflict does). My current a
I'm working on iOS project and when I'm trying to do git commit -a command in terminal, it gives list of untracked files: Untracked files: (use git add ... to include in what will be committed)
I have read a few different threads on removing large binary files from git commit history, but my problem is just a little bit different. Hence my question here to understand and confirm the steps--
Using the TortoiseHg workbench, when I switch to the commit window, all the files that I have changed locally are checked for commit. I often select a file (not changing the check) to see what the dif
I'm not sure if what I'm looking for is a git-stash but here is what I want to do. I have configuration files customized for local use. Those files already exist in Git. Now, if I add a new feature (c
Can I ignore files locally without polluting the global git config for everyone else? I have untracked files that are spam in my git status but I don't want to commit git config changes for every sing
Generally,our fixes/patches for any bugs involves changes in multiple files and we will commit all these files in a single shot. In SVN, for each commit (may involve multiple files),it will increment
Commit hooks in git live in the .git/hooks directory. What I would love is be able to commit those hooks so everyone checking out the repo has the hooks automatically. I'm not able to add the files in
I have the hash for a git commit I made a few weeks ago. I tried checking it out but it says that the hash did not match any file(s) known to git. I also looked for it in git reflog, but don't see i
I'm a bit new to git, and I fail to understand why git commit -a only stages changed and deleted files but not new files. Can anyone explain why is it like this, and why there is no other commit flag