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The option --porcelain makes the output of git easier to parse.
This one-liner may not work if there is a space in the modified file name.
There is 1 alternative - vote for the best!
This oneliner gets all the 'modified' files in your git repository, and opens all of them in vim.
Very handy when you're starting to work in the morning and you simply want to review your modified files before committing them.
Maybe there are better ways to do that (and maybe integrated in vim and/or git, who knows), but I found quicker to do this oneliner.
Opens all files in the index (modified plus not added yet) in tabs in vim.
Works even with spaces in filenames.
As an alias in .gitconfig:
editchanged = "!git status --porcelain | sed -ne 's/^ M //p' | tr '\\n' '\\0' | tr -d '\"' | xargs -0 vim"
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