git commit -a confusion
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 type in the editor and hit enter but it just creates another line.
FYI: I am using VM Fusion on my mac so some of my keys might be a little different
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 read in tutorial that you can use git commit -a -m comment as a short hand to $ git add . $ git commit -m comment when I trying to run this command I am facing following issue Ashishs-MacBook
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
Maybe I'm lacking some google search skills, but, before I start building one from scratch, Is there a ready-made web-based git commit tool? What I need it to do is allow the user, from a web interfa
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
Coming from an svn background, although not a that advanced user, I had a confusion on the directory structure of git. For a C++ project, I read the first 3 chapters of the book pro git which is onli
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
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.
I have a bunch of git commits that need to be modified. I haven't pushed any of them yet, I've simply been doing: git add . git commit -m message 1 git add . git commit -m message 2 git add . git
I merge with Git and get a conflict. After having resolved the conflicts, upon commit I will see an auto-generated commit message containing a list of files which were in conflict. What is the best-pr
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
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 did a git commit -m message like this >git commit -m save arezzo files # On branch master # Changes not staged for commit: # (use git add <file>... to update what will be committed) #
We have configured one git repository, this repository contains more branches. Recently we faced one issue, we lost a few commits which are pushed from user clone from the repository. If I run git lo
Possible Duplicate: How can I change the default comments in the git commit message? The default git commit message is : # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#'
I have added something like that in pre-push hook: gs0=$(git status) pip-dump gs1=$(git status) if [ gs0 != gs1 ] then git commit -m pip-dump fi (this is updating my pip requirements file) It s
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
Suppose you have: A-B-C Now your build/test fails. The fix should be merged in A. My current work-flow is like this: $ git commit -m fixA A-B-C-fixA $ git rebase -i A~1 And squash fixA in A, resul
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
I somehow did this: A -- B -- C (init) / Z (master) I can't figure out how to delete the Z commit or ho to rebase it as a parent of A. Is that even possible?
So I just did a git --reset soft to go back to a previous commit. Now what if I want to go back to the latest commit that I was at before? i.e: the latest commit? I tried doing git log, but the commit
Documentation says: Because git-cherry compares the changeset rather than the commit id (sha1), you can use git-cherry to find out if a commit you made locally has been applied under a different comm
I need a way to quickly move to the previous and next commit in a git branch. For the previous I found that I can do: git reset --hard HEAD~1 And probably alias that in a git prev or something, but I
This question already has an answer here: Start a git commit message with a hashmark (#) 4 answers I have set mcedit as my editor for git commit messages. By default it ignores any lines starti
In my local repo I have one commit with an incorrect commit message. I've already published the incorrect commit message with git push. Now the remote repo (which is GitHub-hosted) has the incorrect c
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'm new to git hooks. I'm not able to understand below pre-commit hook. Can anyone tell me how this works please.Here my doubt is how grep will be happened in committed files as we are not taking thos
I have already push some commits on my git server on EC2 , not on github. How can I modify those commits on the git server? Operation like remove commit, like rebasing, change commit message Is it pos
My colleague has pushed to our git repository a mistake. I wish to commit some updated code, but I had not git pulled and as a result am 1 commit behind the HEAD. How can I ignore his changes complete
What is the recommended format to be used in git's commit messages (COMMIT_EDITMSG), if there is any?
The Problem I'm attempting to commit some changes, but they're being left behind, for reasons I do not understand: I take a look a the current repo state: % git status On branch new-master Changes to
Yesterday I git-commited, then checked out multiple old commits and also used stash on some of them. Now yesterday's commit is no longer showing up in git log. I dont know the tree-ish but i know th
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 just want to see the files that were committed in the last commit exactly as I saw the list when I did git commit. Unfortunately searching for git last commit log in Google gets me nowhere. And
we are a group of developers working on the same set of files. I want to make sure that no one does a git commit -a -m or git commit -am The developers including me have this bad habbit of git commit
I need to extract abbreviated commit names for specific git branches. These are typically 7-digit hexadecimal numbers, and they're used by some systems (including Heroku's COMMIT_HASH environment vari
I have forgot to create local branch and was working with remote. After making some changes, i by mistake using Eclipse Git plugin commit this branch in nowhere(obliviously there wasn't local branch).
I'm trying to implement a way to include git commit data into a LaTex document using the method described here. The hook looks like this: $ cat post-commit #!/bin/sh cd ../.. git log -1 --format=form
Is there any git command to fetch an intermediate commit, just like 'svn co -r xxx' works? Thanks!
Recently, I have been asked to cherry pick a commit. But I have no idea what it means. So what does cherry picking a commit in git mean? How do you do it?
I am a beginner with GIT and have my repository on BitBucket. A few days ago I started to commit my code to the repository. I am not sure of the command I used in the terminal but it wasn't showing an
In my Git repo, I changed some files. I want to stage all of them. But is there a difference between commands: git add file1.php file2.php git add . Does the second command stage only modified files,
Say I currently have the following in git: master O | o <-- commit objects on master branch | o -- O <-- new branch: featureX | o <-- commit objects on the featureX | o So I started with the
What is the easiest way to find the commit when some particular file was added to the repo? I guess that there is no build-in git functions for it, isn't it?
Currently, when I run git svn dcommit git creates a separate commit in SVN for every local commit I've made since last syncing with SVN. Is there any way for dcommit to instead combine all my recent l
In git, I can do git commit --verbose to show me a diff right there in the message editor. I don't see any option for it in mercurial. Is there a mercurial plugin to show me a diff in the message ed
I'm coming from SVN to Git. In SVN when two developers change the same file at same time (from the same file version), the last committer will get a conflict flag to solve before commit his changes. I
I have a problem after git rebase. I did git commit, commit contains delete a file. So after that I did git pull and git has history of commits: ... -> My Commit -> Some Git commits came from re
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'm having some troubles right now I am using git flow and created a feature called feature/newbranch and I was working on develop. I wanted to stash my changes and save them to feature/newbranch so I