How to get the top committers in git? Like in github: But plain text is fine showing number of commits and author names/emails sorted by the number of commits. You may use this command: git log | grep Author | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r Here, count the number of commits by […]
How to get the latest git commit SHA-1 id in a repository? And how to get the first 8 digits of the SHA-1? Instead of the method introduced here, you may use $ git rev-parse HEAD to get the commit SHA-1 hash ID. If you want to get the first 8 digits only, use $ […]
I am looking for a better method for getting the latest commit’s hash in git. I know git log -1 can show the info of the latest commit and from the info of the latest commit I can use grep and other tools to get the hash. Is there better method supported from git? Note: […]
Good tutorials on git branching. The “Git Branching” chapter of Pro Git book is the best one that I ever seen: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Branching It deserve the time to study the whole chapter. If you are working with a git server, this chapter is especially useful: http://git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Branching-Remote-Branches Answered by Eric Z Ma.
I have 2 branches: dev and master. I have commits in dev like this: c0–>c1–>c2–>c3–>c4 Commits in master like this: c0–>c5–>c6 c2 and c3 fix a bug. Now, I want to merge commit c2 and c3 that fix the bug to the master branch, but I do not want to merge all the commits (e.g. […]