Commands tagged git-log (6)

  • Only show a short of important information inline ( include branch info ), and color this log tree. Show Sample Output


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    git log --graph --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s %Cgreen(%cr)%Cblue - %cn %Creset' --abbrev-commit --date=relative
    Brandonccx · 2015-08-12 07:11:15 0
  • Normally, searching git log comments is case sensitive. The -i luckily applies to the --grep switch.


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    git log -i --grep='needle'
    sudopeople · 2015-08-11 23:07:55 0

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    o=0; git log --oneline | while read l; do printf "%+9s %s\n" "HEAD~${o}" "$l"; o=$(($o+1)); done | less
    bartonski · 2015-11-23 17:47:16 0
  • Print a git log (in reverse order) giving a reference relative to HEAD. HEAD (the current revision) can also be referred to as HEAD~0 The previous revision is HEAD~1 then HEAD~2 etc. . Add line numbers to the git output, starting at zero: ... | nl -v0 | ... . Insert the string 'HEAD~' before the number using sed: ... | sed 's/^ \+/&HEAD~/' . Thanks to bartonski for the idea :-) Show Sample Output


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    git log --oneline | nl -v0 | sed 's/^ \+/&HEAD~/'
    flatcap · 2015-11-23 21:35:57 0
  • The command outputs the number of commits made to a git repository be leveraging the git-log git command and the wc command that ships with linux coreutil Show Sample Output


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    git log --pretty=oneline | wc -l
    lym · 2015-09-25 19:47:26 0
  • This is how you can do this without having to use oneline Show Sample Output


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    git log | nl -w9 -v0 --body-numbering='pcommit\ [0-9a-f]\{40\}' | sed 's/^ \+\([0-9]\+\)\s\+/HEAD~\1 /'
    guywithnose · 2015-11-23 21:53:33 0

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