How can I combine 2 'git commit's
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 read a similar question about this that suggested using git log --graph --all --decorate. The problem with this is that it doesn't display branch names for log entries that have had their branch mer
Is there a command I can run to check if there is any commits to push to origin/master? git [some command] origin master Would output something like: origin/master is behind by 7 commits
This question already has an answer here: Viewing Unpushed Git Commits 15 answers I nice command could be: git commit -ls I wanna see all commits that I did before push it to Remote. I've trie
I'm writing a blog post and want my readers to see several old commits (of html) in my gh-pages branch. In my blog post, I want to say, here's how the code looked in the browser, at this commit. For
Let's say I have 2 commits in my git log. Now I want to go back to the first commit and modify some files and add that as the third commit. When I type in git log I want 3 commits to be there on the s
I do the following string of commands for git and my fingers are getting tired of typing them. :) git add . git commit -m 'Some message' git push cap deploy How can I combine those (including adding
I know that in TeamCity I can view changes between a certain build and the build that follows him and even between a certain build to the last successful Build. I wanted to know if I can see the chang
I am writing a custom git command that should only run in a completely new repository with no commits (see this question). How can I perform a simple check within my script to see if an existing repo
This question already has an answer here: Combine the first two commits of a Git repository? 7 answers With git rebase --interactive <commit> you can squash any number of commits together
There are two commits which have conflicts. neither of them has been merged, then how to resolve the conflict and rebase the master branch? I am only working on my own branch right now, and my commit
I'm writing an external Git plugin. It should process commits in Git and create some entity in another system if commit contains some text. Note that I want to search through all entire repository, no
A = [7,2,3,4,4] I want to combine them to: B = 72344 I am new to matlab. Is there any build in function that can do that? Thanks in advance.
How do you list your commits along with their SHA1 values in git?
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Ideally I'd like to check the number of lines changed and reject is it's greater than some number. I think I understand the commit-hooks are the right way to go about it but I've struggled to get it w
I frequently run into a problem with duplicate commits while maintaining forks with git. Lets say I've forked a repository and committed a fix. I push the changes to my forked repository and can see t
Let's look at following scenario : Two developers Clones the repo. Dev 1 commits a change and then pushes. Dev 2 commits a change and then tries to push, Git will say no you can't, you need to Pull,
I have a simple scenario: 2 branches: master and myownb: myownb is ahead of the master branch with 3 commits: What I need is to merge these 2 branches, but not in the classic mode. I would like all
How can you show the differences of a file in the last 5 commits to the current uncommitted file by Git-show? I made a change to my file which breaks my code. However, I do not know where the change i
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The following code does a great job but only on the current branch, how can I get the numbers for all the branches? git pull -v; git shortlog -s -n -e
I removed the last 3 commits from my remote GIT repository (because I goofed!). This has worked fine and I have pushed the correct commits this time around and the repository is almost as it should be
Ok. I am at my wits end trying to find out why I can't merge two commits into one. Git is horribly complicated. I have series of commits that looks like this locally and remotely: commit 6abb264c06b06
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How can I use git from within Xcode? I've found SVN easy to use from Xcode; can I use git as easily?
On git, how could I compare the same file between two different commits (not contiguous) on the same branch (master for example)? I'm searching for a Compare feature like the one in VSS or TFS, is it
This question already has an answer here: How do I squash two non-consecutive commits? 3 answers If the following is a list of commits on a branch: A - B - C - D How can I combine commits A and
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I would like to do something like git log, but I would like to see only tagged commits. I would like to see there tags, and when they were committed. Any ideas?
I have two git repositories R1 and R2, which contain commits from two periods of a product's development: 1995-1997 and 1999-2013. (I created them by converting existing RCS and CVS repositories into
I've two branches, master and live. Master is the development branch and contains commits that aren't ready to go into live. If a change is made in the master branch that needs to go into the live br
I want to synchronize a mysql database (and not just the schema) with all git commits and checkouts (probably via hooks) in Linux/BSD/Unix enviornment. [Useful when controlling the entire presentati
git show-branch displays commits using the relative revision expressions that can be parsed by git-parse-rev, for example dev~106^2~52. How can I get the same output from git-log?
As far as I know, git squash is quite useful when there is a bunch of commits in one pull request. It can help to combine commits and then reduce the number of commits. For example, here is what some
Say my Git repository has the branches master, BranchA, BranchB, and BranchC. Now all of these branches have been merged into master, possibly multiple times (for whatever reason, it's a hypothetical
I created a new git repo on our server and then committed all files. Once those files were committed I then created a new .gitignore file and committed it. I did the two commits in the wrong order bec
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I'm new to GitHub. Someone submitted a pull request with 5 commits. 3 of them have a little bug, though, so must wait. How can pick 2 of them for my project?
I moved a project from svn to git. I used git-filter-branch with --index-filter to remove all the unnecessary directories, and pruned all empty commits with the --prune-empty option. After I recloned
When I use a <path> argument with git log --stat to limit the log to commits modifying <path>, git lists <path> as the only modified file when displaying the selected commits. I woul
I'm developing an android app that suppose to have graphs.How can I combine both line graph and bar graph using achartengine. Can anyone plz help me.This is urgent. Thanks in advance.
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