git find fat commit
Is it possible to get info about how much space is wasted by changes in every commit — so I can find commits which added big files or a lot of files. This is all to try to reduce git repo size (rebasing and maybe filtering commits)
This question already has an answer here: Finding most changed files in git 6 answers I'm joining a new project with a long and storied commit history, and I'd like to use that history to show
I have a large repository git over 3 years, I want to delete history of changes that were more than a year ago. Is this possible? Can use git rebase but how?
It appears that the ^ and ~ syntax in git only ever goes to the left parent commit (the commit into which the right parent is merged). In my specific case, I have a tree like this: $ git log --pretty=
I am trying to pull (I also get the same problem with fetch) to a specific tag on a remote branch. I am trying to run: git pull origin v0.0.2.1 Where v0.0.2.1 is the name of my tag. I get this error
I have the hash for a git commit I made a few weeks ago. I tried checking it out but it says that the hash did not match any file(s) known to git. I also looked for it in git reflog, but don't see i
Suppose I suddenly see something is failing on my Git repo. But I know that it was working a few commits ago, I just don't remember which commit. Instead of trying to find a good commit to do a git
This question already has an answer here: Git Commit Messages : 50/72 Formatting 5 answers I find myself managing very many files (over 60 but below 70) and my commit messages so far follow thi
How can I rewrite our commit history to ensure certain keywords never appear? Background: we have three tiers of repositories: Local - our development environments. Internal - our team's private GH r
I just ported over a repo from GitHub to BitBucket. Although it does many of necessities, I'm finding it surprisingly difficult to find documentation for creating a git commit hook. Originally I had a
I performed git commit --amend. I made some changes, but wanted to discard them, so I then performed git reset --hard HEAD, thinking it would go back to the point I amended. It seems to have gone bac
I am very new to git usage and finding it very confusing to understand the branch/commit management. Anyway, the project I am working on is managed by git, and I am using gitk for it. Using gitk I was
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 need to find the different between two branches by commit ID, not by files. I mean, the commits which are not in one branch. How can I do it. I fires, git diff branch1...branch2, but, it gave the fi
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
Is there any way to use these three commands in one? git add . git commit -a -m commit (do not need commit message either) git push Sometimes I'm changing only one letter, CSS padding or something.
The git book seems to contradict itself re git commit --amend: This command takes your staging area and uses it for the commit. If you’ve made no changes since your last commit..., then your snapshot
When I switch branches in git I use the checkout command. There often arises a situation in which I want to simply go back and view the state of a project at a certain commit. I've been using the git
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
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
Which command do i use to revert the changes made by the last commit? The commit was already pushed to the remote server.
I have a git repo with a git submodule inside of it. The submodule is hosted on bitbucket. I want to update my local copy of the submodule to its latest commit. I tired git submodule update however
I have created a git tag, but then I made some other commits and one of those needs to be in the tag, the others do not. For example: git commit 123 git commit 456 git commit 789 git commit 1011 git c
Imagine a class within a git project that has undergone 1000's of commits, re-visited over and over. Is there any chance for me to examine when exactly (at which commit) a specific line of code was in
I pulled a django project repository (git) to a FAT32 drive and made some changes but when I went to commit, every file is out of date because of it's mode (i.e. - was 100644 is 100755) that's because
Migrating from Subversion to Git using svn2git (which internally uses git-svn) I'd like to know how I can find a specific revision commit. It is quite common to have issues tracker to have comments li
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?
Does anyone have a git commit hook I can use that will ensure a JIRA issue number appears in the checkin message? I've got no experience driving JIRA from a git commit hook so any help would be apprec
Ok so I Have a branch in git that looks like this A-B-C-D-E and a branch that looks like this A-B-F-G I want to make a branch like this A-B-D-E-F-G I think tagging might be involved but I am rathe
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
Is there a way in git to find the first (second, third) git commit that's not my own commit going back in time?
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
This question already has an answer here: Start a git commit message with a hashmark (#) 4 answers I have a little problem. In our company we have an agreement that all commits that related to
How do pick only one commit from a branch on a remote repository and merge it to the current branch on my local repository? I looked around on google, and I found git cherry-pick. But this seems to be
What are git commit generation numbers (hacker news link) and what are their significance?
How to make tar archive from git repository since selected commit? This question is similar to Git archive all changes except first commit but I need .tar archive as a result not git patch file. Expl
The title is not exact, but I can't express it better in a single line. I actually know how to change git commit message like here. But I know it always changes the SHA-1 too, which I want to avoid.
how can I know when a git branch was created? i don't want to know when was the first commit to that branch. I want to find out when that branch was created. This is a script to reproduce a working ex
This question already has an answer here: Change the author of a commit in Git 24 answers I've made a terrible mistake. Looking back on my git commits, it seems that somehow I've managed to get
This question already has an answer here: Reference Git branch start commit 1 answer I have a branch foo and branch master I want to find out when branch foo began to differ from master I'm try
For some reason Git is telling me I have a file which is modified and also not staged for commit? This doesn't make sense: % git status # On branch master # Changes to be committed: # (use git reset
Can I see somewhere an example post-commit hook to run a script on each committed file? eg. git add file1 git add file2 git commit -am my commit and the hook executes: myscript -myparams file1 m
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 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 guess I'm just missing some important point in git. I'm using PhpStorm IDE for development process and GIT as a VCS. Everytime I pull changes from one of the developers branches I get a list of comm
I know that to make git check the commit message before committing you can implement hooks/commit-msg. But now imagine a case where you want to let the hooks/pre-commit script behave differently based
Tim Pope argues for a particular git commit message style in his blog post: http://www.tpope.net/node/106 Here is a quick summary of what he recommends: First line is 50 characters or less Then a bla
How can I configure Intellij IDEA to execute my Ant task each time I commit changes to SVN/git repository?
I'm using the eclipse plugin for git in order to commit my PHP projects. Until now everything goes fine but suddenly when I commit i get the following error: Committing failed An internal error occur
We are new to git, and I want to set a tag at the beginning of our repository. Our production code is the same as the beginning repository, but we've made commits sine then. A tag at the beginning wou
I have a git repo that I migrated from CVS with Author name / email mismatches. Is there a way (with out screwing up the hash of each commit) to rewrite the authors of the previous commits to unify bo