git prompting me before commit
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 specific branch (say production branch) to avoid any spurious commits.
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'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
Alright, here's the scenario: A team of developers wants to ensure all new code matches the defined coding standards and all the unit tests are passing before a commit is accepted. Here's the trick, a
I have done a git rm -r path/. I have commit it, and after that I have seen that I have not done git rm --cached. I have searched for going back, and I have done also: git reset --soft 'HEAD^' 2 times
What are git commit generation numbers (hacker news link) and what are their significance?
On a windows 7 machine with Putty, Git (with Linux options) I have confirmed that I can reach the Git machine by doing ssh -T gitolite@[host] but still i get prompted for the gitolite password when I
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
I'm trying to get all commits before some date from AOSP (android open source project). I found that I can do it by git command: git log --before=2011-12-01 But it shows me only author date (date wh
Can you undo a past commit/merge made into a git respository via a git command, or do you have to manually undo all the changes made in that commit? e.g. A commit just changes some text on a page. The
Not understanding why my commit to remote git repo is not working. So I clone a branch from the remote repo git clone -b MYBRANCH email@example.com:/home/my.git I modify a file called test git diff sh
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
My question in similar to git remove commit from a merge but I can't follow instructions suggested there, since my repository's history is a little bit different. I'm working on a open-source reposito
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 (rebasi
I have a bad commit from a log time ago, I want to remove it completely from git history as if it never happened. I know the commit id let's say 1f020. I have tried git rebase and remove it , but ther
git log --grep=searchstring appears to only search the first line of every commit message. How do I search the entire commit message?
I have my project + RestKit submodule. Error appeared when I changed RestKit settings. I added support armv6 and armv7 architecture. git add . git add -u git commit -m new # On branch master # Chan
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?
I would like to do the following in a script: git merge --squash someBranch git push The problem is that the merge does not do a commit. So before the push I have to commit. The default commit messag
I've been reading and trying to figure out how to get this to work. I want to prepend the branch name to the commit message so I can just use git commit -m message and get a commit named branch mess
When I am trying to pull my git repository with git pull, it keeps telling me that I have local changes although I have not touched any of the mentioned files. Can someone explain this behavior and
I used git commit --amend to amend the previous commit. After that when I push my changes, I was rejected because of 'not -fast-forward' Errors. I have search for answers. Unfortunately, commands such
I've written a Git post-commit hook and it works correctly. However, I want to add this hook to apply to all current (and future) git repositories I am working on. I tried adding the hook to my ~/.git
How can I group these 3 commands: git init git add . git commit -m Initialize repository I have this of course, but I'm looking for something shorter & more elegant if that exists: me@local:~$
Possible Duplicate: How to delete a 'git commit' I am new to git and I encountered a situation which I need some help with. I cloned a remote repository to my PC, and then opened a new branch named
I know removing trailing whitespace can be done with a pre-commit hook. I am interested in doing it manually. I read the question here: Make git automatically remove trailing whitespace before committ
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?
When I git commit -a it brings up Vim to do a commit message. I've looked here: Using git commit -a with vim and I'm still a bit confused. When I save and exit it brings me back out to the console an
Inside my working directory I deleted an image. The problem is, I'm not able to stage it for commit (add or remove). $ git status Changes to be committed: (use git reset HEAD <file>... to uns
I have my first commit which was adding a README file using git commit -m 'first commit' I now have the following (below) and just get system beeps when trying to navigate up or down. Not sure how to
I was advised to commit all my changes before running git pull and merge. Does it make sense ? What if I run pull and merge before committing my changes and commit them after the merge?
This question already has an answer here: Edit the root commit in Git? 5 answers Change first commit of project with Git? [duplicate] 4 answers How can I remove the first git commit from th
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
I'm pretty new to this Git thing. I tried to commit my work, using commit amend inside GitX (cause I wanted to make only 1 final commit). I pulled the latest source, resolved conflicts, then staged an
I want to combine several commit into one commit. git checkout origin/develop -b develop echo a >> README && git commit -am Feature A commit 1 echo a >> README && git
I've been working with another person on a repo we host at github. Everytime I or he pulls, git forces us to make a merge commit (vim opens up with a commit description), although we were working on d
How do I get the git tag(s) on a specific git commit SHA?
Whenever I commit, I worry that I may have missed out a dependency and I'm looking for the simplest way to test my git tree in isolation to ensure whatever is in the git index (staged) will in fact
When I do a git commit -a, I am seeing the following: # Please enter the commit message for your changes. Lines starting # with '#' will be ignored, and an empty message aborts the commit. # On bran
what happened: change1, git commit, git push, change2, git commit what should have happened: change1, git commit, git push, change2, git commit --amend It's not important that I retain change2, but it
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
Is that possible to add under each node in the git log --graph the list of files affected by the commit? I always have multiple commits that I need to push, and instead looking one by one in order to
I was on master branch and i was on some commit i dont remember. Then i did git pull and i got some 20 more commits. Now i want to undo that want to go to commit where i was before git pull
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 need to remove all trailing whitespaces before changed files will be committed. The question is how to do it?
My current git history looks like this: develop: A -- B -- C \ feature1: D -- E \ feature2: G -- H -- I But, I would prefer this, instead: feature2: G' -- H' -- I' / develop: A -- B -- C \ feature1:
I'm trying to get the SHA1 commit hash for a GIT commit manually, but something isn't working correctly. First we have the standard commit message that looks something like this: tree f594b3f6d9ae291c
I am student, and very new to version control software so I am having trouble figuring this out. I am using a Google code Git repository. To access this repository I am using Git Bash on Windows 7. Th
I commit a git repository at first time, I then regret the commit and want to revert it. I try # git reset --hard HEAD~1 I get this message: fatal: ambiguous argument 'HEAD~1': unknown revision or pa
I have master branch where i commited my last change now i run git branch test checkout test i deleted file README in the project folder then i run git checkout master and there is no README file a
I have heard this several times, that one should always update before committing to a version control system. Why is that ?