git - Cost of each commit
What is the cost for each commit in git? For example, if I commit changes A and B at once versus making separate commits for each, how much more (or less) space is used?
I used the following commands in this order: git pull origin master git add . git commit -m 'my third commit' And then my Git Shell just shows these characters: >> _ with the underscore flashing
I am writing a git hook, to run on a commit to the main branch. I need it to parse and look for some text in the the commit message. How do I reference the commit message in my bash script? Also I wou
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
Is there a way to commit all outstanding changes (modifications and any file additions)? If I select all in the Navigator and commit with a message, there are still a few items with the A.
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
Is there a way to display the most recent commits of each branch in git? I have a codebase in git that I've set down for a while. There are several branches in it for different features. I need to go
I am trying to commit all my changes by using following command git commit -a Note : I want to commit without any commit message but when I execute above command it shows me the screen shown below
Lets say I have 3 git commits: Commit changes on sidebar Commit changes on footer Commit changes on header Now lets assume I have went trough spiritual awakening and realized that only changes I nee
I am not able to find a commit that a tag points to by navigating the commit tree. For this specific example, I am using the Tornado Web repository cloned directly from Github. import sys import git i
Is there a way to have git warn you before finishing a commit, if the commit message does not contain a GitHub issue number?
Playing with Git and GitHub,I found that sometimes a git commit -a is needed to commit a file that is modified. (this file has already been added to the project). But sometimes, just a git commit wi
I sent a commit (named A commit) to review (Gerrit) using git review command. Now, I make a new commit (named B commit) and I want to send it to review as well, but I don't want to re-send the A
I am on branch feature. After I did all the changes, I decide to commit my work on this branch. I first checked all the changes I have made by execute command: git status The above git command pri
I'd like to automatically generate a file and add it to a commit if it has changed. Is it possible, if so, what hooks should I use? Context: I'm programming a CSS library. It has several CSS files, an
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
I am currently considering moving from a svn/bugzilla system using scmbug to integrate the two to a git/redmine system. I have been having trouble trying to find a way to require commits to be associa
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 was just commiting some changes I've done to a project on a branch and I discovered that git assigned the wrong parent to my commit. As you can see: tig shows me that the highlighted commit(the on
Basically I have to fetch a specific commit and then modify it's commit message. so after cherrypick I did git commit --amend and when editor(nano/vi) opens then added some text in between and save &a
I'm trying to push a commit to my repository with a command-line commit message: git commit -m some commit message but I keep getting the following error: error: pathspec 'commit' did not match any
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
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
Okay, about 700 commits ago (>30 days) I accidently saved ThirdParty/mapper/Songbird_1.2.0-1146_windows-i686-msvc8.exe (iTunes type of download) in my local Git repository without noticing, which w
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
Comparing SVN with GIT, What's the relative cost comparison of creating a branch of a folder with 100 files (Just an example) between the two? Which of these have a cheaper cost?
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
When handling pull requests on GitHub, often I want to merge in commits from a branch with no changes. However, I would like to commit something just after the merge. I don't want to git commit --amen
When I read about git-rebase, I understood the rebased commits should get lost. I say should because I noticed that, knowing the rebased commit sha, I can recall it. Suppose I have the following three
I am new to Jenkins. How to trigger a build remotely from Jenkins? Can anybody tell how to configure Git post commit hook? My requirement is whenever changes are made in the Git repository for a parti
I have a ton of new files to commit. Clicking each one in git gui (Windows) to stage is annoying. How can I can I commit a whole bunch of files at once?
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 don't really understand what happens if I check out an old commit, do some modifications, and commit using git commit --amend. Will that change automatically propagate to future commits? How does i
I understand that the correct way of amending an GIT old commit is to use rebase --interactive, but just to get clear on the concepts, I would like to understand what happens when I do git checkout
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
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
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 want to write a module in python (This is the learning project) to enhance my git experience. Is there a python module for various git commands? At least the basic ones (commit/diff/log/add)? I saw
I just did a git commit -m blah then I added some files, how do I rollback and remove what is in my current files that have not yet been added/committed?
I've been searching Google and cannot find anything on this error. Here is the full error: git commit -m update ui INVALID COMMIT MSG: does not match type scope: subject ! was: update ui Note:
If you can use a tag only once (unique by commit), what do I do with 7 commits in tag Version 7.3? I hate that GIT doesn't make revision numbers (like SVN :)). I guess a subquestion would be: What w
git status git add git clone git push git commit.... Why doesn't Git bash allow you to type git commands like: status add clone push And then for all non git command type nongit or something nongi
I want to know the commit when each file in my repo (or subdirectory of my repo) was most recently changed. git log -p some_file.txt will show me the commit history for a single file. However, I wan
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 have read the docs as well but could not get one thing. Suppose I added new files to the repo. Then which command do I need to execute first: git add -A or git commit - m test
In github if you open a repository you will see a page showing the latest commit and time of each subdirectory and file. Can I do this by command line in git?
Is there a way to make a commit with custom message, but without changing any file under revision control? So the desired effect is: Git log lists the commit, and the custom message The commit does n
What's the simplest one-liner to get the last commit date for a bunch of files in a git repository (i.e., for each file, the date of the last commit that changed that file)? EDIT: The context for this
I have made a 'git commit' followed by a 'git push'. How can I revert that change on both local and remote repositories? $ git log commit 364705c23011b0fc6a7ca2d80c86cef4a7c4db7ac8 Author: Michael Sil
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
I commited accidentally to much, I added the changes and wanted to do git commit -m foo but i mistyped me and typed git commit -a -m foo. How can I revert this, without loosing the changes which