Two git aliases to list the commits you have created off of your base branch and the files you have touched.
Lets assume you are in a team, working on a Rails project and you have chosen Git as your version control system. One way to complete a working cycle from pull to push is: DISCLAIMER: There are more ways and many situations that are not described here. This is only a note to self that … Continue reading A typical workflow for a team using Git
When I am working with git, I find it useful to take a quick look at the log. The default [shell light=”1″] $ git log [/shell] command doesn’t show the actual modified/added/deleted files. You can use the following command for that: [shell light=”1″] $ git log –pretty –stat or $ git log –pretty=format:"[%h] %ae, %ar: … Continue reading Git log