Generally when referencing a commit, you’ll use the SHA or a portion of the SHA. For example with git-show:
When working on a branch with multiple commits, you can “go back in time” and revise previous commits any way you please.
In my never-ending quest to better summarize my work at the end of the day using computers, I discovered today the Git --author flag. It works like this:
At the end of each day, I try to record what I did, to jog my memory during the next morning’s standup. This is a helpful aid:
The git show command will list all changes for a given reference including the diffs. With diffs included, this can get rather verbose at times. If you just ...