git add, commit and push commands in one?
Is there any way to use these three commands in one?
git add .
git commit -a -m "commit" (do not need commit message either)
Sometimes I'm changing only one letter, CSS padding or something. Still, I have to write all three commands to push the changes. There are many projects where I'm only one pusher, so this command would be awesome!
Is -a in git commit -a equivalent to git add . -A? Assuming i have the following aliases: 12 alias gita='git add . -A' 13 alias gits='clear; git status' 14 alias gitlog='git log --pretty=oneline --ab
I have Jenkins job that calls Python script in it's configuration. Script creates few files and executes git add path/to/new/files, git commit -m foobar and then git push -u origin my_branch. If I c
I have made a git commit but I have not pushed. And I am now working on a new bug fix, which should not touch the same files as the first commit. Is it possible for me to commit this bug fix AND git p
When I try to add and commit a git repository into another git repository, git helpfully makes it into a submodule. What if I want to track and commit changes to that nested repository in the outer re
We are working on a project as a team. I have just cloned the project from github I have the project on my computer - wamp. I added a new file and I want to update my local. I have used the git add xx
I added a .gitignore file after git add .. I'd like to know if I can proceed to git commit and push it and git will ignore the files. If not how should I delete the files which I git added. Where does
Can we use quilt to push/add to local git repository? If yes, kindly help me to specify the commands and any URL/link will be of immense help. Thanks in advance.
Is there a way to execute couple of git commands when I git push to master? What I'm having in mind is, once i did a git push for grunt to execute: git checkout gh-pages git merge master git checkout
I am working on a project with a friend using a remote git tool bitbucket.org. So far that we have been working on the master branch at different times, and then commit and push those changes to the r
I'm pushing a large file to git, but have a very slow connection. What is the safest way to terminate this push (mid-push), and resume it when I have a better connection?
I wanted to undo a couple minor changes on my repo. I decided to go back two commits, and did git reset --hard <commit> and git push -f Everything went through fine. But when I pushed to hero
One of my git submodules is always checking out a particular commit: First, it appears modified in the main repository: % git status On branch master Your branch is ahead of 'origin/master' by 3 comm
What is the difference between these two git commands when force pushing changes? git push -f origin branch and git push origin +branch
Is it possile to only push one file to Heroku, instead off all changed files? Thanks...
The initial commit for the project I am working on was on Jan 13, 2014. Somehow, the most recent commit added a 5 month old .gitignore file from a different project (which was not added three months a
Using Olive on Linux I have changed a number of files on my local system. Normally I would do Branch>Commit followed by Branch>Push, but in this case I only want to place one of the changes on l
I would like to change the commit message one of my previous commits. I guess I can return to the commit I would like to amend with git reset <the commit id>, change the commit with git commi
I'd like to add an automatically generated file to the same commit using a pre- or post-commit hook in Git, dependent on the files that were modified in that commit. How would I go about this? I've tr
In svn you'd do this: svn ci -m ... filename1.ext filename2.ext In git you'd do this: git add filename1.ext git add filename2.ext git commit -m ... Personally, I prefer the git method but I am c
I've got a repo that I'm working with that has no other hooks of any kind. Today, after an embarrassment of having a console.log getting up to dev multiple times, I put in the following pre-commit hoo
I work in a distributed team and use a central git repository to collaborate on certain tasks (not code). We have several team members who are light git users, comfortable with push, pull, add commit,
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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
I have made a git commit and subsequent push. I would like to change the commit message. If i understand correctly, this is not advisable because someone might have pulled from the remote repository b
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,
I use the following commands: git add * git commit -am 'updating' And I encountered below: # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what will be
I have a repo on my local computer. I want to develop and make changes in a branch on my local repo and then push these changes for testing to a repo on a server that I can ssh into. How do I do this?
I have the following git structure (Numbers denote commits): _ 1 _ 2 _ 3 _ 4 (Branch mainline) _| |_ 1 _ 2 _ 3 _ 4 _ 5 (Branch Test) Thus, Test has one extra commit than mainline does. I basically n
I would really love a specialized git alias / bash function that can do the following. git add -A git commit -m $MESSAGE git push origin master All with a single command. gacp > My message CONTE
If I have a local repository pulled from a remote one, and I add git hooks to my local repository before I push it back to the remote one, do the hooks go to the remote repo with the code?
Me and a friend are creating an app for facebook. So to keep organized, when we do something and push it to heroku, we add a comment to the commit command such as: git commit -am changed logo The p
Usually, I work with branches in Git, but I don't like to see hundreds of branches in my working tree (Git history). I'm wondering if there is a method in Git to join all commits in a branch in only
git status git add git clone git push git commit.... Why doesn't Git bash allow you to type git commands like: status add clone push And then for all non git command type nongit or something nongi
I have a previous commit (9770912) to which I want temporarily return and make a push to server to see if the bug appeared on site after this commit. Also I want to get back to the current state of co
So I can combine git add -a and git commit -m Add whatever using git commit -a -m Add whatever, but this will only stage tracked files. Why doesn't git offer git commit -A -m Add whatever so tha
Is there a way to execute git push and git push heroku master all in one line on the command prompt? It is cumbersome and time-consuming to go git push, wait, wait, then git push heroku master
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
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
This is what I'm doing: git init // initialize repository git add foo.bar // adds foo.bar to the repository git commit -m commit message // commits the added files git status // status of repository
I recently ran into a problem where I need to select a few files to push to remote branches with git. My specific use case here is there is only one file created/modified in every single commit, and I
I've pushed a commit and I want to revert changes introduced by this commit by applying and committing a reversed patch. How do I do it?
I want to set up a git environment for my PHP website. In my centos server, I created a directory and using git init --bare --shared to initial the git repository. Then I run git add . and git commit.
I have 140 git repos on my computer and I can work on 10-15 of them per week. Is there a way to know if If forgot to commit/push for one of my projects? These repositories are all at the same place:
I have done the following: git add <filenames> git commit git push origin master:mybranch From my origin server, I did the following: git merge mybranch All of my changes are now present on th
This question already has an answer here: Undo the last Git commit? 29 answers I just did add and commit on my repository, did not push it yet. Now there are files in the commit that actually n
is there possibility to revert commited file in Git? I've pushed a commit to GitHub and then I realized that there's a file which I didn't want to push (I haven't finished the changes). Thanks.
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When writing a commit message, what is the difference between git -m message and git commit -am message Have been listening to a tutorial and the guy did not clearly explain the difference between
is there any size limit to the GIT commit message? I searched trough the web but cannot find any relevant mention about this except this one: http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/busybox-cvs/2010-March/