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git-grep

 
Find strings inside files anywhere in a repository's history. Accepts a lot of the same flags as regular grep. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-grep.
 
  • Search for a string in tracked files:
     
    git grep {{search_string}}
     
  • Search for a string in files matching a pattern in tracked files:
     
    git grep {{search_string}} -- {{file_glob_pattern}}
     
  • Search for a string in tracked files, including submodules:
     
    git grep --recurse-submodules {{search_string}}
     
  • Search for a string at a specific point in history:
     
    git grep {{search_string}} {{HEAD~2}}
     
  • Search for a string across all branches:
     
    git grep {{search_string}} $(git rev-list --all)

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