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git cheatsheet

git is genious. Hands down brilliant. Every 6 months or so, I come across another command I didn’t know I needed before I needed it. And those regular ones I type all the time. So here’s a small collection of handy git aliases that saves some typing and/or remembering.

// remove changes to file or checkout branch
alias gco='git checkout '                                  

// Create commit
alias gc='git commit'                                      

// Show unstaged changes
alias gd='git diff'                            

// Show staged changes
alias gdca='git diff --cached'                          

// Show (followed by commit hash)
alias gs='git show'                            

// Check status
alias gst='git status'                         

// Append staged changes to previous commit
alias gcamend='git commit --amend'                            

// Append all to previous commit
alias gcaamend='git commit -a --amend'

// Show all files changed (follow by commit hash)
alias gsf='git diff-tree --no-commit-id --name-only -r'

// Assume file unchanged from now on (follow with path)
alias gassume='git update-index --assume-unchanged

// Stop assuming file is unchanged (follow with path)
alias gnoassume='git update-index --no-assume-unchanged'

// Pull rebase
alias gup='git pull --rebase

// Shows changes in a file over time
// (follow with path)
alias gk='gitk'

// Removes all branches that are merged to master
alias gitcleanbranches="git branch --merged | egrep -v \"(^\*|master|dev)\" | xargs git branch -d"


 

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tomfa • 2016-07-29


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