Github commit message tagging
Is it possible to assign tickets or add labels to github issues in a commit message?
@usera ready for you to sign off for #Testing
where @usera is a user and #Testing is a label ?
This question already has an answer here: How can I remove a commit on GitHub? 7 answers Deleting a commit in Between other commits 2 answers I'd like to delete a few commits from showing o
What are all steps required to validate commit message with set of regular expressions? We want to work in semi-centralized set-up so I need a solution for the developer clone (local repository) and f
I am new to GitHub, able to create a README textfile and commit that (from my local machine to github site) but now my problem is, i have one folder and i need to commit that folder to git hub, can an
I have cloned a repository created by a professor on my virtual machine (I'm running Ubuntu 13.10) and we're supposed to create personal folders. I created mine, but I cannot for the life of me commit
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
I know you can close issues by putting closes #1 or fixes #1 in the commit message. What is the best way to close multiple issues in the same commit message? Also, it appears that using fixes rather t
Is it possible to make git commands highlight a commit message in the terminal? For example: $git stash Saved working directory and index state WIP on master: 9d657ff Sort events HEAD is now at 9d657
I cloned my repo and made some changes. I tried to push it to github: git add * git commit -m changes git push origin master but it hasn't found my changes. What can I do?
How to set current date as git commit message?
I am working with gerrit 2.5.1. I want to abort commit push from an user if its message does not comply with a format forced by the company. So, imagine that i want that users only be able to push co
So it appears that I have the exact same problem as the individual who asked this question... Github windows: Commit failed: Failed to create a new commit I followed the steps suggested in the top vot
I think I've messed up here. I made a few changes to my code from a last commit adding new functionalities and realized that some other piece of code was now acting strangely. I decided to Roll back t
I have worked on my files for few days without committing. Today I worked with the GitHub client, don't know what I exactly did but all my files were restored to an old commit. And than, without under
I'm trying to output the full commit message in the console, and I am able to but I have to keep resizing the console window(cygwin) in order to reveal more. The command im using is git log --pretty=
I am new in GitHub for Windows. I learn how to commit a single change. But i don't understand how can i commit only a part of file. On GitHub for Mac you can just select the line. How can i do it on G
I am trying to commit changes I have made to my code (as usual) from my GitHub client on my Mac OS X Mavericks machine. I added a new package to my project (it's a Laravel project, and I added the pac
At our company we are moving from svn to git. For issue tracking we use JIRA from Atlassian. Now we want to enforce that every commit message contains an issue number (just like we did with svn). We h
I'm using GitHub pull request builder plugin to setup a build per pull request. However, this build is not triggered for any new pull request or new commit on a pull request. There are few exception o
I used to write commit message to connect issue system like issue #9548, redmine start page is fixed, and wonder whether it can be written in hook or plugin in gerrit system. So in the code review pag
Our team uses a standard of prefixing all commit messages with bz12345: (where 12345 is replaced by the bug you're working on) and I'd like to be able to search for all commits that have that bug nu
I want to know the best practices for handling the above. I keep a changelog for my project which I update with detailed information on changes. I also add a summary to the commit message, and add a s
I want to mandate a specific pattern in the commit message while I commit to SVN like Defect ID. Could someone provide the shell script if you have or guide me? Any help on this would be greatly appre
Is it possible to search for git commit message in many repositories on a git server? thanks
A couple of years ago, I committed some work to a git repo that is stored on a university server instead of on github.com. This is where that repo lives: http://charm.cs.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/gitweb2.cgi?p
I've been following the basics of git but something confuses me. I created a repository on github.com. Then i opened my console and used the following commands: cd into/my/dir git add . git commit -m
I made a bunch of changes to files in a git repository. Before I committed anything I was asked to commit some other files someone else had for me (coming from an SVN repository). I dropped those file
When git commit open the message editor is shows a brief status, something like this: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an empty messag
If I have staged some changes, and in the process notice an error in my previous (and un-pushed) commit message, is there a way to amend the commit without folding in my staged changes? I see various
I did something stupid… I forked a repo on GitHub. I made some changes, committed them on my fork. I sent this commit as a pull-request back to the original repo. Here comes the stupid part: I dele
Is there a way in GitHub to change a commit message if I've committed with a message that has a typo or something dumb written in it? I know you can do the ammend commit thing (which replaces the prev
Anybody seen this error and know what to do? I'm using the terminal, I'm in the root, the GitHub repository exists and now I don't know what to do now...thanks. git push -u origin master Permission d
I am trying to configure Jenkins for automation process. I want to configure Jenkins to build automatically for a commit with specific message not for all commits, say i want Jenkins to build for a co
I am developing an iphone project on xcode and I'd like to commit my code to a git repository on github. When I select the commit option within xcode I got the following error message: The working c
I have a local run ubersvn repository in my computer and I would like to modify a commit message that I have on my last commit. Is there anyway through ubersvn or tortoisesvn (which I use as an interf
I cloned a git repo that I have hosted on github to my laptop. I was able to successfully push a couple of commits to github without problem. However, now I get the following error: Compressing objec
I'm using rails_admin, and since it is in (very) active development, bugs turn up every now and then. There are no versions for the gem as far as I can tell, for the gem in github, so I can't use the
Is there a way to display a commit on github.com without showing whitespace changes? Is there a way to display that from console? i.e. clone and then look at commit (tree) locally ignoring all white
I am using the github windows app. I seem to be having problems with it showing what has changed and what hasn't. Before I commit it correctly shows only the changed lines, but after I commit, it show
I need a plumbing command to print the commit message of one given commit - nothing more, nothing less.
I.m trying to follow up on other person bug on github. There is an existing PR with his rough work on that bug, I have more updated solution and want to add commits to that PR (actually, want to rebas
I have a facebook photo tagging app that used to work a few months ago but no longer does. The user authenticates the app and it uploads a picture on their facebook account and tags their friends. The
When I use git commit using mvim as editor, the usual COMMIT_MSG file opens up in a new MacVim window, but when I write and exit the message, git ignored the commit message. This issue does not happen
I just forked a repository into https://github.com/SoftwareAndOutsourcing/securimage edited a file and pushed some changes: https://github.com/SoftwareAndOutsourcing/securimage/commit/3f4599e636c532
I have a coding project that I would like to maintain at GitHub. I went to http://github.com and created an account. I downloaded and installed Git on Windows 7 choosing the option to use it via the c
I'm writing a pre-commit hook, or better, I'm editing the hook that comes standard on the tigris SVN release. My goals are modest, I just want to write an error message to the person who has commited
Is it possible to trigger a Hudson/Jenkins build only when a certain string appears in a commit-message? For instance, I want to trigger a build that rolls out my application to the dev environment by
Is it redundant to run git add . and then git commit -am commit message? Can I just run git add . and then git commit -m commit message or, alternatively, just git commit -am commit message?
If you accidentally overwrite a git commit message, is there any way to recover it? Before: foo@bar:/tmp/git-test$ git log commit ad7edbdf70ca1d7f0069b50726646e235f42a02f Author: Steve Jobs <steve
I have a repo on github which someone else (Bob, for the sake of argument) has issued a pull request for. His code's not perfect, so we go through a few rounds of markups. As I understand it, he commi
In Github, is it possible to send a message to all the people watching a project? I'm looking for help maintaining my project, and I thought the people watching the development might make good candida