Git: See my last commit
I just want to see the files that were committed in the last commit exactly as I saw the list when I did
git commit. Unfortunately searching for
git "last commit" log
in Google gets me nowhere. And
git diff HEAD^..HEAD
is not what I need, of course, since it spews the guts of the change too.
I have 2 branches in my project branch1 and branch2. This is the order of commits on the braches. output of git log on branch1: commit 'a' commit 'b' commit 'c' commit 'd' output of git log on branch
What's the best way to move your last git commit back into the Changes not staged + Untracked files areas (with the commit in question being not-pushed / only in your local repo, effectively remov
I am new to git hub, I added a file by mistake but I dont want it to be there the next time I commit.. How do I view the files that are to be committed next time? and how do I exclude files? And in g
I want to set spell automatically when i am editing the commit text in git. From the % I see that it is writing to a filename called .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG. How do I update my .vimrc to automatically s
In git, I can use git log --stat to see which files changed in a commit. How can I do that in bzr? $ git log --stat commit dbdc98ccc1ce12a31a0bf29173b4990ccbff98 Author: Me <Me@Me.com> Date: Thu
I was advised to commit all my changes before running git pull and merge. Does it make sense ? What if I run pull and merge before committing my changes and commit them after the merge?
I've created a few free Git repositories for sharing my projects online. But, I use that code locally, so could other people mess with it? I have created the repositories online, on their Website, the
I edited a file and did: git add file.py git commit -m 'fixed bug' I then edited another file and performed a minor bug fix. I don't want two commits, one after the other, showing 'bug fix'. I want o
For the second time today git commit -m don't quit me now deletes my entire repo. So it goes: $ git add . $ git commit -m please, be gentle [master 7af0e9c] please, be gentle 140 files changed, 0
It looks like I'm missing basic understanding of git pull and git commit, let's say I'm working of branch and it was updated by other developer while I was doing my job locally. Should I commit change
I'm using Git 188.8.131.52 on Mac 10.6.6. From the command line, how do I commit changes in only a single directory? I added the directory by doing: git add my-dir but doing git commit -a brings up a lis
When I am trying to commit changes in my git project I keep getting the following message: E325: ATTENTION Found a swap file by the name .git/.COMMIT_EDITMSG.swp Tried all options available on that
I need Git command to get/find last tag starting with 'v' to get last versioning commit (I am using tags with v letter at the beginning to tag next application version (example: v0.9.1beta). Is there
The git book seems to contradict itself re git commit --amend: This command takes your staging area and uses it for the commit. If you’ve made no changes since your last commit..., then your snapshot
I've been following the basics of git but something confuses me. I created a repository on github.com. Then i opened my console and used the following commands: cd into/my/dir git add . git commit -m
Is there a way to export a sequence of commits into a patch from Git. Say I need to export the last 5 commits from a repository and import them into another repository. How would I go about doing that
When I do a git status I see a lot of changed files. Normally 10-15. Now I want to commit 2-3 files from these changed ones and commit. What’s the easy to do this without using a mouse to copy the f
I am unable to commit changes in my project when using git. Here is my terminal: tomas@tomas-laptop:~/menu_operations$ git commit -m initial commit error: Unable to append to .git/logs/refs/heads/7.
When I say git status I get a list of changed files. I'd like to get a list of changed files for a commit. Is there a way to use git show or some other command to do that? Thanks.
In my local repo I have one commit with an incorrect commit message. I've already published the incorrect commit message with git push. Now the remote repo (which is GitHub-hosted) has the incorrect c
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers Delete commits from a branch in Git 12 answers How to delete commit that is pushed to the remote repository? 3
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 learn git using the 'Pro Git' book by Scott Chacon. When explaining how to Stage modified files (page 18), i understand with git add the files are scheduled for commit and then commited
My question in similar to git remove commit from a merge but I can't follow instructions suggested there, since my repository's history is a little bit different. I'm working on a open-source reposito
I'm using git gui and I can't see my branch. I know I checked something in today. I changed to an earlier branch after I did my commit and verified it with the branch viewer. I made changes to the e
Possible Duplicate: How to delete a 'git commit' I am new to git and I encountered a situation which I need some help with. I cloned a remote repository to my PC, and then opened a new branch named
Learning GIT. I tried committing a group of files, below you can see where I got to. Asking for the commit comment/message but once I get to this screen, I am not able to input any text, everything I
Is it possible to get info about how much space is wasted by changes in every commit — so I can find commits which added big files or a lot of files. This is all to try to reduce git repo size (rebasi
I'm trying to commit some git changes but when I run: git commit -a it returns gvim -f: gvim: command not found error: There was a problem with the editor 'gvim -f'. Please supply the message using e
I have a UITableView added in InterfaceBuilder. My app runs in LandScape. Because I was unable to use autorotation (still can't figure that out). I am using Transforming it for now. Having said that,
When I do git commit I would like for the resulting commit's hash to be put into my paste buffer. Is this possible?
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 been learning git by playing with its commands and reading stuff. Here is what I can see, I am expecting a graph similar to what I did on the right. This is confusing, How should the tree look
I want to write a module in python (This is the learning project) to enhance my git experience. Is there a python module for various git commands? At least the basic ones (commit/diff/log/add)? I saw
I used git add -p to split my code changes into multiple commits. However, doing git commit after that commits all changes, including the unstaged ones. I looked at a few questions on SO, but could no
I wanted to undo the last changes I made to a file both on my local repo and the repo on Github. (origin) Could someone please point me to a post/blog of doing it. Here are the steps I did for committ
I have forgot to create local branch and was working with remote. After making some changes, i by mistake using Eclipse Git plugin commit this branch in nowhere(obliviously there wasn't local branch).
I have seen GIT commit --amend in detached HEAD state. The question requires the answer to be more complex than needs be. I'd like to understand just how git commit --amend works in a normal HEAD situ
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
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 commit my and push them to Git. My colleagues commit their changes. I commit more of my changes. I have been told that my changes cannot be tested for This release and have to go in the next release
After making use of the command to stage, commit and push all at once I asked for here Git command to commit all changes including files removed or created, I've typed the wrong commit message and the
I'm pretty new to this Git thing. I tried to commit my work, using commit amend inside GitX (cause I wanted to make only 1 final commit). I pulled the latest source, resolved conflicts, then staged an
I want to restore my application to an old commit I made. I make commits like this: git commit -m blah When I press git log I see all of the commits I made. How can I restore my application with
After I have fetched the remote data (git-fetch), git is friendly enough to tell me the SHAs on each branch, old..new, but if I work a lot in the console, I may lose them. How to display them again? O
If I have a git post-commit hook which running a gradle build then how can I see the console log under the running? For example compile.., test.. Thanks the answers
We just moved over to Git from SVN. In trying to clean up some unused files. I saved before deleting one folder that I thought we weren't using. I did not push this to the origin. I realized we are us
Is there a way to rollback the last commit and put it into a separate branch for later testing? I did some changes which I don't want to entirely throw away, I just want to keep them aside in a differ
In Git, is it possible to see the latest diff for a file without specifying a commit? For instance, I've got a file called hello.js. It was last modified two commits ago. I could do the following to s
I have a git subtree my-subtree in my main repo my-repo that links to a remote repo. I made a commit to files belonging to my-subtree in my-repo. Then I wanted to push these changes back to the remot