Git commit with no email
I'am currently converting a svn repository into a git one. As I proceed manually, I regularly change the user.name and user.email to set the author of the commit. Everything seems to work fine, but now I have to commit something from a user which has no email address. I removed email property from .gitconfig file and tried, but then in git log, email field shows
user_login@user_login.(none). Is it possible to set no email and prevent git guessing one ?
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?
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
Assuming we have a git commit history which looks like: ZZ [origin/master] A -> B -> C -> D -> E [master] We want to: Rewind the history back to before A. Keep the working directory of
I'm quite new in using git, and I was wondering if there is a functionality in git where I could compare my local files to a git source control prior to committing changes? Thanks! Cheers, --A
I accidentally did a git rm filename.txt -f now if I do a git commit -m '', it will commit this delete. How do I un-remove it before I do a git commit?
What is the recommended format to be used in git's commit messages (COMMIT_EDITMSG), if there is any?
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
Is there a way to show index numbers of commit in git log command, git log only show me SHA1 check sum. Thanks
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 was trying to pull data from repository with git pull command.this command gave me an error error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge: public_html/sites/file pu
If I am on branch b-one and I run git commit -m init commit and then git checkout -b b-two, does the commit carry to the new branch? More generally, are commits branch specific? Or when you commit,
I am new to git and I am confused by this error message that keeps popping up when I commit: warning: LF will be replaced by CRLF in New Full Car.mdl. The file will have its original line endings in
I am trying to upload a Ruby app to Heroku. I start with git init and then I type git add . and then I use git commit -m initial commit. Whenever I use git commit -m, I receive an error message sayin
Every now and then, as I am dutifully crafting a nice, descriptive commit message, I get an error: .git/COMMIT_EDITMSG 81L, 2108C written error: There was a problem with the editor 'vim'. Please sup
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
I noticed couple commits that I cannot make sense of. The commits have these properties: It is present in the master branch (e.g. git log master | grep <sha1> returns an occurrence) It has prop
I'm new to git and learning from a PDF. I just executed a command $ git commit and it opens a new editor. But I'm trying to close that new commit editor. How to do this? I'm using git on windows.
I have seen GIT commit --amend in detached HEAD state. The question requires the answer to be more complex than needs be. I'd like to understand just how git commit --amend works in a normal HEAD situ
I have 2 branches in my project branch1 and branch2. This is the order of commits on the braches. output of git log on branch1: commit 'a' commit 'b' commit 'c' commit 'd' output of git log on branch
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
I have a Git repository whose oldest commit is version 6.8.2 (it is tagged v6.8.2). I have version 6.8.1 of the package that I would like to commit to the repository as the parent commit of the olde
Is there anything I can do to automatically commit dropbox changes to github? (vice versa would be nice too but optional) I have tried Zapier however it didn't seem to want to work
I am using git to manage a C++ project. When I am working on the projects, I find it hard to organize the changes into commits when changing things that are related to many places. For example, I may
Sometimes, it makes sense to forbid git commit when there are untracked files, because you should add them either to files to commit or gitignore. And an option like -f to force this commit is also ne
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.
What's the difference between: git add . git commit -a Should I be doing both, or is that redundant?
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 tried to add all files, but am not able to add files. What do I need to do? ➜ dotfiles git:(master) git add . ➜ dotfiles git:(master) git status # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: #
I created a Git repo and a remote on Github. In project folder i made git init and forgotten made first git commit. After i made git pull from remote repository and all my files in local folder disapp
I have a project where I made changes, and want to send them to another user, using git send-email feature. I found that it works by sending patches (created by git format-patch of each commit). Is it
Does anyone know if it's possible to change the status of a Jira issue using a Git commit? I am using Jira and Git with the Jira Git plugin and I know I can reference an issue by just adding the name
I have a project which has long history. so I wan to show first commit on git? thanks!
I have a git commit history like this: U / A---B---C---D---E master Nothing points to the commit U, but I know its hash. How can I completely remove this commit from my repository as if it never exi
I'm learning Git coming from Perforce. As far as I can tell you must write the commit message in the same step as when you commit. Or am I missing how I might write the message earlier and have it han
I'm trying to wrap my head around the intricacies of Git. I pulled down a repository from GitHub using git clone [url here]. I made some changes, the tried to commit them with git commit. This did
I have some files 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 And I want to commit files 1-5 only, so I have added files 1-5 Changes to be committed: (use git reset HEAD ... to unstage) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and lea
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
Often during a commit($git -commit -m ) I would wish to read my last comment to remember what progress I have made. Is there an easy way to directly access the last commit message through cmd line?
I want to determine git commit metrics using bash script. But I never use bash script. The idea is to have the number of commit wich are not referenced in their status during a specific time (i.e.: no
I am programming. I add beautiful code and commit and push it to my repo like: git add * git commit //writes message git push unfuddle master Now i go in and screw everything up. I have not issued a
I usually write long commit messages in my git bash so that later some one reading my code could easily see what I done.for example in vs2013 in windows form application when designing a form I wrote
I would like to roll back a Git repository to a previous commit. I have committed many times (30?) since the [PREVIOUS COMMIT]. I do NOT want to retain the history or changes of these later commits
When I make changes to a file in Git, how can I commit only some of the changes? For example, how could I commit only 15 lines out of 30 lines changed in a file?
Is there a way to make git output a list of files of a commit like git diff --name-only b242091~1 b242091 , but that will print an additional column with the mode in which the files were added (new,
I have committed all changes and pushed to GitHub right after that, but the source viewer on GitHub is only showing the source from three hours ago. $ git status # On branch master nothing to commit,
I'd like to restore the files of the git working copy to a given commit, without setting that commit as the HEAD commit. If I git checkout to a given commit I obtain a detached HEAD, and after commiti
I'm new to Git, and have set it up and created my first repository. I'm trying to add a README as the first commit, and I've been following the steps on http://help.github.com/create-a-repo/ exactly,
I did a commit and push on my git repo. I then needed to rollback that commit which I did like this: git reset --hard b1b5768c9687455f01bab242ff177a5ee403104f Is it possible to find the SHA of the fi
From time to time I find myself commit-amending using the same message. Typically, I do: Add my changes to staging area. Do git commit --amend. Wait for the text editor to open. Save and close it (wi
i've made some mistakes about my project managed in git: reading some guides and some posts here I made this command: git reset --hard a77ec5f where the commint a77ec5f is the last 'good' commit afte