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A fast and easy way to go through all vim-pathogen bundles and perform a git pull on all of them.
0 191 posted 8 years ago by luizlopes
Shows you the full contents of any file at any time in history
0 147 posted 8 years ago by therobot
"-n" just shows you what will be deleted. Replace it with "-f" to actually clean your repository
0 104 posted 8 years ago by limepix
Restore a deleted file within the git repo
1 121 posted 8 years ago by Glycerine
Update a Git repo with PHP
0 91 posted 8 years ago by adampatterson
Now when you do a git commit without specifying a commit message, TextMate will pop-up and allow you to enter a commit message in it. When you save the file and close the window, the commit will go through as normal. (If you have another text editor...
0 221 posted 8 years ago by magicrebirth
0 98 posted 9 years ago by limepix
Useful when managing a bunch of submodules.
0 71 posted 9 years ago by iloveitaly
0 65 posted 9 years ago by craig0990
run this in git bash to see a pretty blame
0 98 posted 9 years ago by root_hacker
0 61 posted 9 years ago by chrisramakers
Make sure it has the appropriate rights. chmod -x post-receive
0 55 posted 9 years ago by Seich
0 102 posted 9 years ago by manuelstofer
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0 128 posted 9 years ago by yanek1988
1 81 posted 9 years ago by wdso
git branch will give us all the branches in the current repository and the current branch will be denoted by a * mark.
0 107 posted 9 years ago by arunpjohny
This will display the commit difference between the origin/master branch and the current working branch
0 99 posted 9 years ago by arunpjohny
So we use Gerrit for code reviewing and I run **git commit --amend** quite a bit, a lot of times I don\\\'t want to amend the message I just want to add my new files to my existing commit and keep working, this makes that part easier. Just add this...
0 52 posted 10 years ago by jturmel