git - Cost of each commit
What is the cost for each commit in git? For example, if I commit changes A and B at once versus making separate commits for each, how much more (or less) space is used?
I have a load of deleted files I want to commit. But I don't want to type git rm for each one. If i type git rm . -r it will try and delete everything. What do I type to commit all these deletes in on
I'm learning Git coming from Perforce. As far as I can tell you must write the commit message in the same step as when you commit. Or am I missing how I might write the message earlier and have it han
I would like to do the following in a script: git merge --squash someBranch git push The problem is that the merge does not do a commit. So before the push I have to commit. The default commit messag
we are a group of developers working on the same set of files. I want to make sure that no one does a git commit -a -m or git commit -am The developers including me have this bad habbit of git commit
My Git history looks like that : I would like to squash the purple commits into a single one. I don't want to see them ever again in my commit log. I've tried to do a git rebase -i 1, but even though
I need to add a file to the gitignore file. Multiple instances of the repository are present on my server. Can I do this? git git rm --cached file.php git commit -m ignore file git push origin devel
I have done the following git commit git push origin HEAD:refs/for/master I have received message similar to below: remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (8/8) remote: Processing changes: new: 1, refs: 1,
To prevent our CI system from building on every commit, we have to append [skip ci] at the end of each commit (git commit -m ... [skip ci]). Is it possible to make an Alias for that? I have been pl
I need to make some commits using Git but I would like the timestamp in git-log to be in the future. How can I do a commit in git that causes a future timestamp to register in the git-log?
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
In an attempt to create a bridge between Git and SVN that allows developers on one project to use SVN and those on another project to use Git, I inadvertantly overwrote the entire git commit history i
I am writing a hook for validating url's which are entered in the notes section of the git log. I loop through each commit to get the note for that particular commit and do a string comparison for the
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
I can't do a lot of things with git and I want to remove a commit from my repo, because I uploaded wrong stuff. I used git revert <the_commit> but since the commit is root and I can't remove it.
There is following log: $ git log commit d335ed918ecadec2152152f76fd3c99dc59de80b Author: author <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed Feb 29 18:45:48 2012 +0100 a commit ed937db6bb2350e37ffb1d0e2e4141ec
I did a 'git commit' but I have not pushed to others. so when i do 'git status', I get '# Your branch is ahead of 'master' by 1 commit.' So if I want to roll back my top commit, can I just do git res
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
An update hook can reject parts of a commit and allow others. update() in receive_pack.c runs in a loop which then calls the update hook possibly multiple times during a commit. Each time the update
First of all you have to know I'm total Ruby noob :) I installed git-commit-notifier (http://github.com/ilozka/git-commit-notifier) on my system (Ubuntu 10.04) and followed all the installation instr
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
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 know how to do: git commit -a -m whatever but I don't want to commit everything, just push up some files to be deleted.
Maybe I'm lacking some google search skills, but, before I start building one from scratch, Is there a ready-made web-based git commit tool? What I need it to do is allow the user, from a web interfa
I merge with Git and get a conflict. After having resolved the conflicts, upon commit I will see an auto-generated commit message containing a list of files which were in conflict. What is the best-pr
I have a bad commit from a log time ago, I want to remove it completely from git history as if it never happened. I know the commit id let's say 1f020. I have tried git rebase and remove it , but ther
I need to export to an archive a set of commits in a git repository. How do I do this? Using svn, I could choose commits and export to zip.
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
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 new to git and I need to analyze a git repository thus is there any way to find the top largest directories in a git repository (newest version) and can we find the commit times of each developer
Right now I always do a git log and copy/paste a hash to git checkout <hash> in order to checkout a previous commit and branch off from there, etc. It would be really awesome if I could auto-com
I have just started using git and when I git commit it uses the VIM text editor to change write the commit message. Is this normal? In the tutorials and examples I have read, nowhere has VIM been use
I'm developing a django app and I'm using pip to manage my requirements. How can I do to install a specific git's commit? In my case I need to install this commit: https://github.com/aladagemre/django
Is there any git command to fetch an intermediate commit, just like 'svn co -r xxx' works? Thanks!
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
I attempted (on a small test repository) to export the repository into a series of .patch files generated with a git format-patch command for each commit and then to reconstitute the repository by usi
git 1.7.1 git show <hash>:<file> gives me the file based on the commit hash provided I am trying to figure out how to bet the file of the previous commit before the one who's hash I have.
I did a commit and push on my git repo. I then needed to rollback that commit which I did like this: git reset --hard b1b5768c9687455f01bab242ff177a5ee403104f Is it possible to find the SHA of the fi
I usually write long commit messages in my git bash so that later some one reading my code could easily see what I done.for example in vs2013 in windows form application when designing a form I wrote
So I just did a git --reset soft to go back to a previous commit. Now what if I want to go back to the latest commit that I was at before? i.e: the latest commit? I tried doing git log, but the commit
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
What is the command to get a list of commits that are required to get from commit A to B and in reverse? This would actually be the graph difference between the commit histories of two commits.
With SVN it is easy to reverse-merge a commit, but how to do that with Git?
What's the difference between: git add . git commit -a Should I be doing both, or is that redundant?
I'm new to git and learning from a PDF. I just executed a command $ git commit and it opens a new editor. But I'm trying to close that new commit editor. How to do this? I'm using git on windows.
We recently changed the location of a repository, and we discovered a months-old commit is missing from the files. The old server we had the Git on is down, so there is no chance of recovering the com
How can I uncommit my last commit in git? I have googled it. Is it git reset --hard HEAD or git reset --hard HEAD^ Thank you.
When I switch branches in git I use the checkout command. There often arises a situation in which I want to simply go back and view the state of a project at a certain commit. I've been using the git
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 have a git commit history like this: U / A---B---C---D---E master Nothing points to the commit U, but I know its hash. How can I completely remove this commit from my repository as if it never exi
Is there a way to specify a git commit.template that is relative to a repository? For configuration an example is $ git config commit.template $HOME/.gitmessage.txt But I would like to specify a temp