How can I see a file as it was at a particular git commit?
Given a file foo.m, how can I get Git to show me the complete contents of foo.m, as they were at some commit x?
I've taken a look at these previous questions already: Howto add a changed file to an older (not last) commit in Git How do I edit a previous git commit? They don't exactly address a particular issu
Suppose git status gives this: # On branch X # Changes to be committed: # (use git reset HEAD <file>... to unstage) # # modified: file1.cc # modified: file1.h # modified: file1_test.cc # modif
I try to add a new pre-commit in myrepo/.git/hooks/pre-commit. How come I don't see this pre-commit new file when I run git status Some git configuration or setting I need to turn on? THanks
I am making a file uploading form. I want to also add the images I've uploaded to SVN and then commit that change. Somthing like: system('svn add *', $ret1); system('svn commit -m the files were adde
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?
If you use gitk --all, you can see all the commits of your repo, from all branches. I want something like that except only the descendants of a given commit.
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?
I'm trying to do a fancy stuff here with Git hooks, but I don't really know how to do it (or if it's possible). What I need to do is: in every commit I want to take its hash and then update a file in
A file disappeared from Git repository, but there's no commit that removes it. I noticed it only because the project couldn't compile. I tried to bisect to the first bad commit - i.e. the first commit
Is there a way to generate a list of changesets that affected a particular line of a file? Annotate will let me see the last changeset to affect a particular line, I would like to chain annotations fo
I want to get the last commit ID of the git repo. I know that I can do it from commands like git rev-parse HEAD. But that works only for the locally cloned git repo. I want to get it from the original
I am looking for a software that would visualize the working with git -repo. I like some features of Github and some features of Bitbucket so I don't want to use them because they are not perfect. I a
Possible Duplicate: Rolling back local and remote git repository by 1 commit How can I remove the last commit from a remote GIT repository such as I don't see it any more in the log? If for example
I'm not really familiar with how git works. I pushed a commit by mistake and want to revert it. I did a git reset --hard HEAD~1 and now the project is reverted on my machine, but not on github. If I
I'm running a very rapid code-compile-test loop where I am amending changes to my commits far more often than not. For example: # Make some changes $ git commit -m Added feature X # Compile, test #
How can I apply a patch in my location repository in git? I tried $ git am < 0001-Add-Voicemail-tab-to-Contacts.patch Patch does not have a valid e-mail address. I tried $git apply 0001-my.patch bu
I want to read from the file where git stores commit history to store each commit information in my project's DB and display all histories in my project view
Is it possible to modify the commented part of the default git commit message? I want to add a bit more 'context' information for my users. # Please enter the commit message for your changes. # (Comme
If i need to find test.xml in IntelliJ Idea. How can I do that? Keyboard shortcut if any?
how can I force sublclipse to commit code to repository even though it thinks some files are outdated?
My company has a policy that all checkins to a particular project must follow a specific multi-line template for git commits. How can I most simply create a single commit message that has multiple lin
How can I add a pre-commit hook that will run my rspec tests and if any fail, will not complete the commit. I can get the tests to run but not prevent the commit on any failure of them I have copied .
This questions is similar to: How do I see the commit differences between branches in git? but I would like to see the diff for each commit separately, allowing me to find problems in a commit and mo
I'm working in a branch, and got a working copy with is really unclean. When looking through the changes to commit, I wanted a few oneliner fixes to be committed to the master branch. In this case, us
I'm working on staging some modified content to the index, and I'd like to see how the previous commit looks without stashing. I am aware of git stash's --keep-index option, but would rather not stash
We've got a bare git repository on a server, for a Web portal project. Several programmers, designers, etc... perform dozens of push and pull from/to it. Now we want to test the project on the serve
I've just finished merging two branches that have been separated for a long time, and thus had a lot of conflicts. Solving the conflicts has taken me a total of about 16 hours over the course of a few
Context: I'm learning how to use git with Eclipse and am using it for a small project with only a local repository. Problem: I just noticed that a commit I made earlier has an incorrect description a
There is a dialog that pops up on running: git commit -amend That wants me to review the messages. Is there a way to omit this dialog and keep the same message as was provided last time?
Can I set git to show me the diffs while doing the interactive commit (i.e. no -mmsg) This would let me see what the changes are I am committing.
I made a change that broke something. How can I effectively scroll back through the changes to a file in git and see the diffs. Command line is great. GUI tool is ok. Eh?
Is it possible to commit an object directly from memory to a repository, or do you always have to write memory to a file, only to have git reload the file to memory?
How do I, using git, list all files in a particular directory together with the owner/identity of those files at first commit? Is getting slices of information like this across many files usually dif
I say branch in quotes because I mean branch in the data-structure, graph topology sense, not a git branch which is something like a handle to a particular commit. I am on master, I created a new b
While working on another file, I edited README.md and then ran git add README.md. When doing a git commit, I see that README.md is both in the Changes to be committed and Changes not staged for com
I have a branch in git and I am on that branch and not on master branch. Using git log --graph I can only see linearly that I am on that branch. But I can not see that I have splitted from the maste
I have made 2 'git commit' locally. But I have not pushed, is it possible for me to edit my git and combine those 2 git commit into 1?
I need list of branches merged into master after particular commit From master branch for a particular commit (A), I took branch X, Y & Z. I have merged back branch X & Y to master. A--------
How do I discard all git commits that haven't been pushed and then force git to not commit anything in the data/ directory? I'm trying to force overwrite all changes to a project stored on github from
There's ways to change the message from later commits: git commit --amend # for the most recent commit git rebase --interactive master~2 # but requires *parent* How can you change the commit message
Sometimes when I'm about to make a commit, I can't recall exactly what has changed since the last commit. How can I see a diff of the current state of the code and the last commit?
When I do 'git commit', I'm getting the following: fatal: Unable to create 'project_path/.git/index.lock': File exists. However, when I do ls project_path/.git/index.lock it's saying the file doesn't
Occasionally, my collaborators will panic when there is an automatic merge generated as the result a git-pull, and just accept the default commit message. Before this commit gets pushed, I want to b
I just realized that I left one word in the commit message of a previous commit (so I can't use git commit --amend) that makes the message mean completely the opposite of what I had intended. The comm
I have a file that I accidentally added to my most recent commit. I want to remove the changes, but leave the file in the repository. That is because it is a generated sass stylesheet and I always hav
I'd like to use git to record all the changes to a file. Is there a way I can turn git 'commit' on to automatically happen every time a file is updated - so there is a new commit for every change to
Key word here is why. There are plenty of questions where the answer is, git doesn't allow that but I want to know why it doesn't allow this. I've been reading about the architecture of git and it
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
I am new to git I need to get this commit https://github.com/DJNoXD/candied-kernel/commit/3a9f10b82d9a5b6dc54ceab4d7edb60c5a7f19e6 to my git https://github.com/nayak94/nayak-kernel/commits/0.1 I have
I used a very bad log template and has issued git push for that commit. How can I modify or delete this log entry?