How to add Git's branch name to the commit message?
I need some help with a Bash script that will automatically add the Git's branch name as a hash in commit messages. Any ideas?
If I do a commit in Mercurial and then realise I haven't added enough information to the commit message, is there a way to just add another message or note without commiting anything else? What is the
I'm trying to write a bzr post-commit hook for my private bugtracker, but I'm stuck at the function signature of post_commit(local, master, old_revno, old_revid, new_revno, mew_revid). How can I extra
How will i create a new remote branch on top of a specific commit? Here is how my current commits:- a-------b-------c--------d-------e I checkedout new local branch from the point 'c' commit git che
In Git, it is possible to have e.g. a topic branch which contains one or more commits that are dated when the commit is created. Some time later, those commits can be added to a different branch, gene
There is a related question on SO dealing with how to change the parameters of the push command to avoid this message: fatal: The upstream branch of your current branch does not match the name of your
I would like, when a user commit a changeset, to show a message mentioning the branch where the changeset was committed. Example: $hg commit -m 'Fix bug' Changeset committed on branch bugfix Do I act
I forgot to switch my working copy back to the correct branch and made some changes. How can I commit the current changes (but not all other changes in the current branch) to my original branch?
so I have an sh script that throws together some files then commits them to a git repo. How can I dynamically add the date to my commit message? My .sh looks something like // do things to files... gi
I am working on a code usually in trunk but due to recent changes I had to switch my workspace to a branch. Is it possible to commit any change in the trunk while working in a branch without actually
I have used mule 3. In my flow I will need add choice by using queue name. How can I get queue name from message in xml file? Thanks!
I have a problem with a SVN branch. I made a checkout of it with git checkout -t -b stable svn/stable. Then I did a merge with git rebase master. After that I tried to commit the merge changes into th
How to change commit username in bitbucket account ? To change in git I have used this command git filter-branch -f --env-filter GIT_AUTHOR_NAME='newUser' GIT_AUTHOR_EMAILfirstname.lastname@example.org' HE
I am new to Git. I have one main branch development in which all branches will be merged and I'm working on branch TESST123 I have done three commits (using : git commit -am comment) and pushed
Let's say I created a new branch my_experiment from master and made several commits to my_experiment. If I do a git log when on my_experiment I see the commits made to this branch but also the commits
I have a master branch like this.. A--B--C--D--E--HEAD Is there any command that remove one of a old commit and retain the others, say commit C? finally it becomes like this A--B--D--E--HEAD I kno
sorry if this question exists, I surprisingly could not find it :/ How can I perform a git diff between two files within the same branch & same commit? i.e. git diff fileA.php fileB.php (ideally w
Is there a way to auto insert the commit message in Smartgit with a hook script? (Bash). If a user commit's his change, I want to preload the commit message field.
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 have a project in git. It has a couple of submodules. Without going into the submodule and doing a git status or similar, is there a way to tell which commit, branch, and tag it the main project thi
I am working on a hook script to get the commit message of the file that is currently being committed and to change the commit message and then commit, if it does not satisfy a pattern. My question is
Since a git SHA is a hash generated from the commit files, metadata, and commit message, changing the commit message changes the SHA. But would it be possible to make a change to the commit message th
As title, ex: a merged commit 'M' Can i get the two parent's branch name by 'M'? it is useful to understand that 'M' is come from master and debug branch. A->B->C->M->E(master) \>X->
How does git submodule add -b work? After adding a submodule with a specific branch, a new cloned repo (after git submodule update --init) will be at a specific commit, not the branch itself (git stat
Suppose I have a master branch and a feature branch. feature is severely outdated and I now want to make it exactly like master, but I want all changes made to feature that were required in order to c
How to set current date as git commit message?
I use bamboo to build my Grails WARs. It published it as an artifact. I insert the bamboo build number. I would really like to also insert the branch, the plan and even the git commit somewhere into t
Wondering if the subj is possible and how to achieve it. We're working with android repo tool and the manifest points to different git servers for different <project>s. is it possible to setup G
I know you can do git --amend to change the commit message of the latest commit. But how do I change the second newest commit message? Here's what my commit looks like now: commit eca1b2db14da8ace66ae
How can I apply part of a commit from one branch to another? I understand that I can cherry-pick a commit, but I need to go one step further and cherry pick some of the changes introduced by that co
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
I am trying to get Composer do download the latest commit for the Behat/MinkSelenium2Driver package. That particular repo only has a master branch. I have tried every method I can think of, including
I have a requirement to prepend ticket:N to commit message, where N is the number of ticket I'm working at. But I keep forgetting about prefix and remember about it only 5-6 commits later, so --amen
Using Eclipse/EGit how do I edit a commit message of a commit I've made locally, but haven't pushed to the repository yet?
is it possible to perform a first commit on a new repository using a different branch name than master ? Thank you
I have master and develop branch. In develop branch I have commit1. Question: How to add changes from commit1(develop) to master branch as local changes (uncomitted changes)?
Looking at the revision graph provided by Tortoise Git I found a series of commits that all show an orphaned branch being merged into it. A little more investigation showed that the root commit of the
How do I commit to a Google code Subversion branch by using the TortoiseSVN thingy? Apparently I am having a problem with it because TortoiseSVN is asking for a username and password. I input the emai
I just made a huge commit to a newly created branch (created for this purpose), only to realize that I really want to merge this commit into master, rather than into the down-stream working branch I h
This question already has an answer here: Git: How to edit/reword a merge commit's message? 3 answers I have merged with other branch, and there are few commits after merge, before pushing i wa
I have this big repository containing different modules, which should have been broken down in different repositories, one for each module. Sometimes I created a branch, say featbranch, in the repo to
The team I recently joined has the following TFS branch structure (abstracted): Main Foo branched from Main Bar branched from Foo I need to blow away Bar and essentially re-branch it directly from M
I want to restrict the people whoever commits to have a specific commit message format. How do I do that?? For eg: Pair_Name|Story_Number|Commit_Message
I have two tables in a database, i) csvdata, ii)dc_master. In csvdata table I have some column, as : id ,date, branch_code , A, B, C, D, E, F. In dc_master table I have three column as: id, branch_cod
I copied a directory which included a git repository to another location. I made some changes to some files and made a commit. Then I tried to push these changes but I was told I was not in a branch (
Accidently I got detached from my application branch: Not currently on any branch. nothing to commit (working directory clean) How can I return to the branch?
How do I edit an incorrect commit message in SourceTree without touching the command line? Note: this question is not a duplicate of How do I edit an incorrect commit message in Git? — My question i
Here is the gist of the error message I get when I try committing some code to a CVS server. The server reported an error while performing the cvs commit command. [Project Name Here]: cvs [commit ab
I am trying to get the branch name from a given tag. I tried git describe --tag <tag-name> but this doesn't provide me any branch name. I tried using gitk to show to the tags and branch but gitk
After making use of the command to stage, commit and push all at once I asked for here Git command to commit all changes including files removed or created, I've typed the wrong commit message and the
I usually update my local branch like this: $ git fetch $ git status # On branch develop # Your branch is behind 'origin/develop' by 1 commit, and can be fast-forwarded. # nothing to commit (working d