git - fetch an intermediate commit
Is there any git command to fetch an intermediate commit, just like 'svn co -r xxx' works? Thanks!
Is it possible to call/start another process/command prior to git finishing the commit? My co-workers and I share computers, and for any given commit, it could be one of a number of people doing the
Possible Duplicate: How to delete a 'git commit' I am new to git and I encountered a situation which I need some help with. I cloned a remote repository to my PC, and then opened a new branch named
How can I configure git commit to act as git commit -v (showing the full diff being committed) by default? Using an alias is not quite satisfactory, as it does not affect commit message editing during
I have a project which has long history. so I wan to show first commit on git? thanks!
Is it possible to do a git merge, but without a commit? man git merge says this: With --no-commit perform the merge but pretend the merge failed and do not autocommit, to give the user a chance to
I'm using git plugin for Eclipse, as do my daily build, it becomes difficult to track which version of the build from the git is been tested. Unless there is way to auto fetch the branch and commit id
I am confused here... How do you do a git commit for a modified file and how do you do a git commit for new file? Also, how do you individually commit files in git?
When I write a command line: git commit -m ™Initial commit™ I got an error: error: pathspec 'commit\342\204\242' did not match any file(s) known to git. How can i fix it?
I have a branch which I've merged into master. On the branch, git log file shows a commit on February 9 On master, git log file does not show the commit on February 9th On master, git log does show th
Is there a way to export a sequence of commits into a patch from Git. Say I need to export the last 5 commits from a repository and import them into another repository. How would I go about doing that
I need to add a file to the gitignore file. Multiple instances of the repository are present on my server. Can I do this? git git rm --cached file.php git commit -m ignore file git push origin devel
I did a 'git commit' but I have not pushed to others. so when i do 'git status', I get '# Your branch is ahead of 'master' by 1 commit.' So if I want to roll back my top commit, can I just do git res
First of all you have to know I'm total Ruby noob :) I installed git-commit-notifier (http://github.com/ilozka/git-commit-notifier) on my system (Ubuntu 10.04) and followed all the installation instr
Possible Duplicate: How do I enter an exclamation point into a git commit message from the command line? I'm new to git, and I did this command: git commit -m First Commit! this throws an error
For the second time today git commit -m don't quit me now deletes my entire repo. So it goes: $ git add . $ git commit -m please, be gentle [master 7af0e9c] please, be gentle 140 files changed, 0
I need a commit to no longer be in the git database of commits. I need to be able to remove commit abc123... such that git checkout abc123... returns error: pathspec 'abc123...' did not match any file
How can I commit the full project again? (I want upload all of my file upload again to heroku)
I have 2 branches - master and develop While I am on the develop branch, I have commit and pushed a change (Added in a file) and it is successful. However, when I type git checkout master, followed by
Before I commit I run git status and get output like this: # modified: TemplateDemo/src/com/example/templatedemo/Item.java # modified: TemplateLib/res/layout/layout_list.xml # modified: TemplateLib/r
I have a git repo which contains many submodules. When I commit in a submodule, I have a git hook which is supposed to commit in the supermodule. Unfortunately, the commit in the post-commit hook fa
I have a repository myrepo but when I try to fetch it, I cannot. This repository exists on Github as well. Fetching origin/myrepo causes an error as well. Here is the error: $ git fetch myrepo fatal:
I have a habit of going back to my old commits in git and modify my working directory.For example I have a series of commits A<-B<-C<-D<-E<-F In commit B I added some text files.Now I
I'm confused. I want to go back to a previous commit that I identified in git log. But when I do git checkout , I don't get said commit. Nothing changes. It tells me I'm in detached HEAD mode, but
I'm adding a git log line to my deploy script: git pull origin master git log -n 1 > lastcommit.txt ant -f build.xml deploy to save details of the last commit. This produces an output file (at tim
Other than parsing git log for the date string, is there a Git native way to report the date of a certain commit?
I am using Git Bash and am trying to figure out what is happening when I type 'git commit -a'. Looks like VIM opens up to edit my commit message but how do I save and actually complete this commit? I
I want to redesign my Graphical User Interface in Visual Studio C#.I am using git bash for this purposes since I have a commit log of all my work. I entered the following command git rebase -i HEAD~3
so I did git checkout <past_commit_hashtag> but then I want to undo it and go back to the current latest revision so I did a whole bunch of things: git reset --hard git checkout <root folder
I use git version 220.127.116.11. Is that possible to do the following using one git command? git fetch email@example.com:someone/repo.git someones_branch git checkout FETCH_HEAD -b my_testing_branch
I would like to fetch a single commit (with history, of course) of a remote repository into a local one. Some Stack Overflow responses suggest that the following should work, but it does not: md foo c
How i should use rebase for this case: I have 3 features in branches: feature/f1 feature/f2 feature/f3 and I have master branch: master I merge this 3 features into master branch. My commit history lo
I have a Git/Gitlab repository. We used to commit straight to master, but we decided to switch to using feature branches like the rest of the world for this release. We need to reset our remote master
I want to change the last commit content. I can do local changes. and then execute git commit --amend I can also do the following: git rebase -i HEAD~ choose the commit to edit. do local changes and
I can't do a lot of things with git and I want to remove a commit from my repo, because I uploaded wrong stuff. I used git revert <the_commit> but since the commit is root and I can't remove it.
From one of most followed blogs, When you do git fetch, Git gathers any commits from the target branch that do not exist in your current branch and stores them in your local repo. However, it does not
I'm using git version 18.104.22.168.1669.g7eaf8 with Hudson Git plugin 0.7.3 on Hudson 1.314 When I trigger a build, Hudson does a git fetch, but it never returns. I had one stuck there for 14 days before I
git add --all or git add -A followed by git commit -m commit message seem to produce a different result from git commit -am commit message when I thought they would produce the same final result.
I've written a Git post-commit hook and it works correctly. However, I want to add this hook to apply to all current (and future) git repositories I am working on. I tried adding the hook to my ~/.git
What are the differences between git pull and git fetch?
I have asked Git to perform a commit from within git bash, It has brought up VI as it always does. I now wish to cancel the commit, how do I prevent proceeding with the commit from this point?
I am following the easy git guide at nettuts easy git guide I initialised an empty git instance in my ~/ directory and then added my .vimrc and my .vim/ files. git add .vimrc git add .vim However whe
In git, for a given commit X, X^ means the commit prior to X. Is there an hg equivalent?
What is the command to get a list of commits that are required to get from commit A to B and in reverse? This would actually be the graph difference between the commit histories of two commits.
Since a git SHA is a hash generated from the commit files, metadata, and commit message, changing the commit message changes the SHA. But would it be possible to make a change to the commit message th
I am using git from the command line, and trying to add a line break to the commit message (using git commit -m ) without going into vim. Is this possible?
git log has some very useful commit-limiting options, such as --no-merges and --first-parent. I'd like to be able to use these options when generating a cumulative diff patch/stat/numstat for a range
Is there a way to wrap git commit comments (when viewed via git log), so they are not cut off at the end of the line? It seems like there should be a pretty simple solution, but I haven't been able to
Started recently, basically every time I try to fetch or commit it gives me this weird error. It'll continuously try to refetch/recommit until I give up and CtrlC. C:\cygwin\home\git\new_trunk>gi
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 can not commit a change: $ git commit error: invalid object 100644 13da9eeff5a9150cf2135aaed4d2e337f97b8114 for 'spec/routing/splits_routing_spec.rb' error: Error building trees I tried so far: $ g