Tag: commit

gitignore settings included in commit

I’m trying to commit the right files in git, but having problems configuring my gitignore properly. I followed the instructions here to create the gitignore file (django project): # File types # ############## *.pyc *.swo *.swp *.swn # Directories # ############### logs/ # Specific files # ################## projectname/settings.py # OS generated files # ###################### .DS_Store […]

How to find word count in each git commit in a repository's history?

This is about word counts, but I guess it’s also about running any program across all git commits in a repository. I am doing a writing project, and realized late that I wanted to generate the word count programmatically after each commit. Only for tex files. But then, how to get the counts for the […]

Revert commits of local branch from master

I have a feature branch where I have some commits. Then I did run git rebase master and merged that branch back to master. So it was like git checkout -b somebranch ……some work commits here ….. git checkout master git fetch git merge origin/master git checkout somebranch git rebase master git checkout master git […]

YouTrack commands stripped from GIT commit messages

I’ve got a YouTrack and TeamCity server, properly configured for integration with each other. I commit my work to GitHub, which TeamCity monitors. The goal is to allow me to commit changes and include in those commits YouTrack commands that update the issues I work on. The problem I am facing is that when I […]

How to find the last few commits to a git repository

How to find the last few commits (say “20” commits) to a git repository. git log shows all the commits, I just need the last few commits.

What does MM stand for in git show –raw output for merge commits?

I’m looking at output of git show –numstat –shortstat –raw –pretty=medium -p command and see that for merge commits output differs. This is what I’m getting: commit cec68e2b00d86357c18b576cbaed52cc1ea42a74 Merge: b2ea79c e4900df Author: jeresig <jeresig@gmail.com> Date: Thu Dec 9 12:44:30 2010 -0500 Merge branch ‘bug5566’ of https://github.com/csnover/jquery into csnover-bug5566 16 16 src/manipulation.js 76 56 test/unit/manipulation.js ::100644 […]

A little git trouble

I’m using git with my friend. I did a few commits and my friend didn’t update his local repo and pushed with -f arugment: git push -f origin master Now in the git server (github) my commits are destroyed and the latest commit is my friends. But I have a history of commits locally. Can […]

Commit file to github and then unstage because it contains sensitive data

I”m trying to work on a Twitter Github project. I have an OAuth class that I want uploaded once to give the layout for OAuth, however after that I dont want it to be committed anymore so I can put my data in it and not have it uploaded. Is there anyway to do this?

Why is comitting on a detached HEAD allowed at all?

Right now I again committed to a git submodule without checking out master (or any other branch) before: ╭─some@machine ~/some/poject/submodules/coollib ‹cbc6ecc*› ╰─$ git commit -am”some message” [detached HEAD 0538b11] some message 2 files changed, 13 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-) Maybe my way of working with git is just amateurish but I think I now have to […]

Revert past git commits but keep changes introduced since

I’m new to git and not sure how to approach this. I want to undo a series of specific commits (relating to a single file) that we decided are not a good solution to a problem but I want to preserve all other commits introduced since. I don’t want to just edit the file to […]

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