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git log

 
Show a history of commits. More information: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-log.
 
  • Show the sequence of commits starting from the current one, in reverse chronological order of the Git repository in the current working directory:
     
    git log
     
  • Show the history of a particular file or directory, including differences:
     
    git log -p {{path/to/file_or_directory}}
     
  • Show an overview of which file(s) changed in each commit:
     
    git log --stat
     
  • Show a graph of commits in the current branch using only the first line of each commit message:
     
    git log --oneline --graph
     
  • Show a graph of all commits, tags and branches in the entire repo:
     
    git log --oneline --decorate --all --graph
     
  • Show only commits whose messages include a given string (case-insensitively):
     
    git log -i --grep {{search_string}}
     
  • Show the last N commits from a certain author:
     
    git log -n {{number}} --author={{author}}
     
  • Show commits between two dates (yyyy-mm-dd):
     
    git log --before="{{2017-01-29}}" --after="{{2017-01-17}}"

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