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48 function gbl() { git for-each-ref --sort=-committerdate --format='%(committerdate) %(authorname) %(refname)' refs/remotes/origin/|grep -e ".$@"|head -n 10; }
Place in .bash_profile
Sample Output
gbl soheil


Tue Dec 4 18:01:19 2012 -0800 Soheil refs/remotes/origin/branch3
Mon Nov 26 10:55:55 2012 -0800 Soheil refs/remotes/origin/branch2
Thu Nov 15 11:44:52 2012 -0800 Soheil refs/remotes/origin/branch1

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By: soheil
2012-12-13 23:35:06

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