How do I edit the commit message of any commit in git? [duplicate]
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Let's say I have 3 unpushed commits. Now I want to change the commit message of the first or second commit (changing them for the third one is simple using
git commit --amend). How to do that?
I am using Avery Pennarun's git-subtree which is an extension to git. How do I cherry-pick a commit from a sub-repo into my main repo using git subtree? Also how do I go to a specific commit in the h
I'm fixing some commit messages of a series of commits. I start git rebase --interactive mark some commits for rewording and then edit the messages. It'd be really helpful if I could see the diff of
This question already has an answer here: Edit an incorrect commit message in Git 23 answers I a have a small problem with Git commit. So I am working on some project and using Git. I did a Git
I want to be able to find a certain string which was introduced in any commit in any branch, how can I do that? I found something (that I modified for Win32), but git whatchanged doesn't seem to be lo
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How I can edit commit message by tortoiseGIT? The question is very similar to this but I want to do this with TortoiseGit not by console, is it possible?
so I have an sh script that throws together some files then commits them to a git repo. How can I dynamically add the date to my commit message? My .sh looks something like // do things to files... gi
I just import my porject from svn to git So i plan to do some cleanup to my commit history Let say i have this kind of commit history (all already been push) Commit Message Date .. ffa7e08 change erro
Hoping there is a way to discover the sha for the commit being generated. Im inside a commit-msg hook. I'd like to append the sha to the end of the commit message so my git gui can build a link to Git
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.
Is there any way I can do git add -A git commit -m commit message in one command? I seem to be doing those two commands a lot, and if git had an option like git commit -Am commit message, it woul
Is there a way git prompts me a You are attempting to make a commit in the production branch. Are you sure (y/N)? message before every commit. As it is obvious from the message, I want it only on a
This question already has an answer here: How to remove/delete a large file from commit history in Git repository? 6 answers Edit the root commit in Git? 5 answers It seems that my initial
I need to make a commit-msg hook to check if the commit message contains app.asana in any part of this. I searched some references and documentation and I know I need to use the commit-msg for this.
When I roll back my git working directory to a particular commit, the submodule shows as modified. The submodule is checked in and has no modified files, but it's at different commit than it needs t
I followed the instructions to fixing a pushed commit message here. It worked well for my local repository. Then I force pushed it back to remote, but the old message is still on git hub. Is this a kn
A git submodule is currently on a branch, and I'm not sure not if it's at the tip. How do I get the commit ID of the branch's tip so that I can pull up the submodule if necessary?
Is there a convention for referring to a previous commit in a git commit message? Example commit message: Fixed bug such and such introduced in a1b2c3e4 In particular, is there a convention that gith
When I do a git status I see a lot of changed files. Normally 10-15. Now I want to commit 2-3 files from these changed ones and commit. What’s the easy to do this without using a mouse to copy the f
What is the right way? git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git pull git push Or git pull git add foo.js git commit foo.js -m commit git push Or git add foo.js git pull git commit foo.js -
I am trying to commit a revision with subversion on cmd.exe. The cmd.exe's codepage is utf-8 (set with chcp 65001): c:\path\to\work\dir> svn ci Since I have not specified a message with the -m fla
I want to delete all commit history , but keep the code in current state . because in my commit history , there are too many unused commit . How can i do it ? is there any git command can do this? git
This question already has an answer here: git: can i commit a file and ignore the content changes? 2 answers Untrack files from git 3 answers I need to ignore files in git! I don't think ig
Is it possible to create a commit message with link to other repository commit? Eg. something like [Username\Repo\commitHash] Usage example: if some bc break would happen in some framework's commit, I
ref^ refers to the commit before ref, what about getting the commit after ref? For example, if I git checkout 12345 how do I check out the next commit? Thanks. PS Yes, git's a DAG node pointer struct
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
How do I include a defect number when doing a mercurial commit? The way that I'm currently doing it is to precede the commit message with the defect number so that QA can find the commits that relate
I don't really understand what happens if I check out an old commit, do some modifications, and commit using git commit --amend. Will that change automatically propagate to future commits? How does i
When I say git status I get a list of changed files. I'd like to get a list of changed files for a commit. Is there a way to use git show or some other command to do that? Thanks.
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With SVN it is easy to reverse-merge a commit, but how to do that with Git?
TL;DR As described in this post, I changed a TFS changeset comment. How can I get this to be reflected in the corresponding Git commit in my local Git repository, using Git-Tfs? Verbose version I'm a
Company policy is to use --no-ff for merge commits. I personally like to adjust merge log messages so I use --no-commit. Plus I like to actually compile and test before I let the commit go. How do I m
I checked some source code into GIT with the commit message Build 0051. However, I can't seem to find that source code any more - how do I extract this source from the GIT repository, using the comm
git commit opens the text editor and displays some information about the changes to be committed: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an
After I merge a feature branch back to main branch I usually need to do a merge commit by default. But I'd like to use the original commit messages from my feature branch in this commit instead of me
I accidently commit my source code to git repository with incomplete commit message and pushed the code. Now I want to edit the commit message that I have pushed. i know that we can edit a commit mess
I was trying to edit an old commit message as explained here. The thing is that now, when I try to run rebase -i HEAD~5 it says interactive rebase already started. So then I try: git rebase --continu
This question already has an answer here: Start a git commit message with a hashmark (#) 4 answers I have a little problem. In our company we have an agreement that all commits that related to
I'm using EGit with mylyn. When I used to commit my code to git repository, the commit dialog would be filled by default message showing the task ID, task description, etc. Now I don't see the default
I tried to search for what is git commit consists of and what parts takes part in commit's sha hash. But probably I was asking wrong words I found nothing. I wonder what commit consists of. I read com
How can I combine 1st commit with 4th commit in git using 'git rebase'. From what I read here http://gitready.com/advanced/2009/02/10/squashing-commits-with-rebase.html, the 'squash' command in 'git r
This question already has an answer here: Finding a Git commit that introduced a string in any branch 3 answers I want to go back in time to the last commit which contained code such as, ThisC
So here's a REALLY odd one that i've never seen before. When ever I commit with an un-escaped exclamation point I get a really odd message... git commit -am New stuff! the result is something like.
Maybe someone knows how to be able to refresh git diff message while editing this in VIM, after changing git files. Doing :e doesn't help much. Thanks, Ivan.
I'm using a git submodule (let's call it SubmoduleRepo) so that I can include my module in couple of projects. I can commit to SubmoduleRepo from any project that uses it. I can update, commit and pu
I accidentally amended my previous commit. The commit should have been separate to keep history of the changes I made to a particular file. Is there a way to undo that last commit? If I do something l
This question already has an answer here: Delete commits from a branch in Git 11 answers There are a few commits on a remote branch that i would like to get rid of. For example if the history l
I started getting this message. No matter what I edit and try to commit, it says there is nothing to commit. Looks like git does not see my working directory and looking somewhere else. If I run git
I edited a file and did: git add file.py git commit -m 'fixed bug' I then edited another file and performed a minor bug fix. I don't want two commits, one after the other, showing 'bug fix'. I want o