# To set your identity:

git config --global user.name "John Doe"
git config --global user.email johndoe@example.com


# To set your editor:

git config --global core.editor emacs


# To enable color:

git config --global color.ui true


# To stage all changes for commit:

git add --all


# To stash changes locally, this will keep the changes in a separate changelist

# called stash and the working directory is cleaned. You can apply changes

# from the stash anytime

git stash


# To stash changes with a message

git stash save "message"


# To list all the stashed changes

git stash list


# To apply the most recent change and remove the stash from the stash list

git stash pop


# To apply any stash from the list of stashes. This does not remove the stash

# from the stash list

git stash apply stash@{6}


# To commit staged changes

git commit -m "Your commit message"


# To edit previous commit message

git commit --amend


# Git commit in the past

git commit --date="`date --date='2 day ago'`"
git commit --date="Jun 13 18:30:25 IST 2015"

# more recent versions of Git also support --date="2 days ago" directly


# To change the date of an existing commit

git filter-branch --env-filter \
  'if [ $GIT_COMMIT = 119f9ecf58069b265ab22f1f97d2b648faf932e0 ]
   then
     export GIT_AUTHOR_DATE="Fri Jan 2 21:38:53 2009 -0800"
     export GIT_COMMITTER_DATE="Sat May 19 01:01:01 2007 -0700"
   fi'


# To removed staged and working directory changes

git reset --hard


# To go 2 commits back

git reset --hard HEAD~2


# To remove untracked files

git clean -f -d


# To remove untracked and ignored files

git clean -f -d -x


# To push to the tracked master branch:

git push origin master



# To push to a specified repository:

git push git@github.com:username/project.git


# To delete the branch "branch_name"

git branch -D branch_name


# To make an existing branch track a remote branch

git branch -u upstream/foo


# To see who committed which line in a file

git blame filename


# To sync a fork with the master repo:

git remote add upstream git@github.com:name/repo.git  # Set a new repo
git remote -v                      # Confirm new remote repo
git fetch upstream                   # Get branches
git branch -va                     # List local - remote branches
git checkout master                   # Checkout local master branch
git checkout -b new_branch               # Create and checkout a new branch
git merge upstream/master                # Merge remote into local repo
git show 83fb499                    # Show what a commit did.
git show 83fb499:path/fo/file.ext            # Shows the file as it appeared at 83fb499.
git diff branch_1 branch_2               # Check difference between branches
git log                         # Show all the commits
git status                       # Show the changes from last commit


# Commit history of a set of files

git log --pretty=email --patch-with-stat --reverse --full-index -- Admin\*.py > Sripts.patch


# Import commits from another repo

git --git-dir=../some_other_repo/.git format-patch -k -1 --stdout <commit SHA> | git am -3 -k


# View commits that will be pushed

git log @{u}..


# View changes that are new on a feature branch

git log -p feature --not master
git diff master...feature


# Interactive rebase for the last 7 commits

git rebase -i @~7


# Diff files WITHOUT considering them a part of git

# This can be used to diff files that are not in a git repo!

git diff --no-index path/to/file/A path/to/file/B


# To pull changes while overwriting any local commits

git fetch --all
git reset --hard origin/master


# Update all your submodules

git submodule update --init --recursive


# Perform a shallow clone to only get latest commits

# (helps save data when cloning large repos)

git clone --depth 1 <remote-url>


# To unshallow a clone

git pull --unshallow


# Create a bare branch (one that has no commits on it)

git checkout --orphan branch_name


# Checkout a new branch from a different starting point

git checkout -b master upstream/master


# Reset local branch to upstream branch and then checkout it

git checkout -B master upstream/master


# Remove all stale branches (ones that have been deleted on remote)

# So if you have a lot of useless branches, delete them on Github and then run this

git remote prune origin



# The following can be used to prune all remotes at once

git remote prune $(git remote | tr '\n' ' ')


# Revisions can also be identified with :/text

# So, this will show the first commit that has "cool" in their message body

git show :/cool


# Undo parts of last commit in a specific file

git checkout -p HEAD^ -- /path/to/file


# Revert a commit and keep the history of the reverted change as a separate revert commit

git revert <commit SHA>


# Pick a commit from a branch to current branch. This is different than merge as

# this just applies a single commit from a branch to current branch

git cherry-pick <commit SHA1>


# Undo last commit

# If you want to nuke commit C and never see it again

#  (F)

# A-B-C

#   ↑

#  master

git reset --hard HEAD~1


# Undo last commit

# If you want to undo the commit but keep your changes

#  (F)

# A-B-C

#  ↑

# master

git reset HEAD~1


# list files changed in ${commit_id}

git diff-tree --no-commit-id --name-only -r ${commit_id}


# list files changed in ${commit_id}, porcelain way, meant to be user facing

git show --pretty="" --name-only bd61ad98


# See everything you have done, across branches, in a glance,

# then go to the place right before you broke everything

git reflog
git reset HEAD@{hash}


# To move your most recent commit from one branch and stage it on TARGET branch

git reset HEAD~ --soft
git stash
git checkout TARGET
git stash pop
git add .
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