Skip site navigation (1)Skip section navigation (2)

FreeBSD Manual Pages

  
 
  

home | help
GIT-STANDUP(1)			  Git Extras			GIT-STANDUP(1)

NAME
       git-standup - Recall the	commit history

SYNOPSIS
       git-standup  [-a	author]	[-m depth] [-d days ago] [-D date format] [-g]
       [-L] [-f] [-B] [-n number of commits]

       git-standup -h

DESCRIPTION
       Recall what you did on the last working day ..or	be nosy	and find  what
       someone else did.

OPTIONS
       -a author

       The  author  of	commits. Use "all" means specifying "all authors". De-
       faults to $(git config user.name).

       -m depth

       The depth of recursive directory	search.	Defaults to 1.

       -L

       Enable the inclusion of symbolic	links in recursive directory search.

       -d 1

       The start of commit history. Defaults to	1, means "1 days ago".

       -D relative

       The date	format displayed in commit history. Defaults to	"relative".

       -h

       Display help message.

       -g

       Display if commit is GPG	signed (G) or not (N) in commit	message.

       -f

       Fetch the latest	commits	before showing commit history.

       The former version of git standup accepted <author> <since> <until>  as
       options.	This interface is deprecated now, and please avoid to use it!

       -B

       Display the commits in branch groups.

       -n number-of-commits

       Limit  the number of commits displayed per group. By default, the limi-
       tation is applied in the	repository level. For example, if you  have  3
       repositories  under  the	 current  directory, git standup ... -n	1 will
       show you	3 commits at most. When	-B is specific,	the limitation is  ap-
       plied in	the branch level. For instance,	if each	of your	3 repositories
       have 2 branches,	git standup ...	-B -n 1	 will  display	6  commits  at
       most.

EXAMPLES
       This shows your commits since yesterday:

	   $ git standup

	   a26d1f9 - add profile hook (69 minutes ago) <spacewander>

       This shows the author's commits since last week:

	   $ git standup -a spacewander	-d 7

	   a26d1f9 - add profile hook (70 minutes ago) <spacewander>
	   4e19859 - fix getTotalSize return value error (6 days ago) <spacewander>
	   36da84e - fix rename	over bound (7 days ago)	<spacewander>
	   8e4182a - add watermark.png (7 days ago) <spacewander>
	   46fef1d - use tinyXML to configure (7 days ago) <spacewander>

       If  current  directory  is  not a git repo, git-standup will fetch data
       from all	top-level git repos under it:

	   $ cd	..
	   $ git standup -a spacewander	-d 7

	   someProject/
	   4e19859 - fix getTotalSize return value error (6 days ago) <spacewander>
	   36da84e - fix rename	over bound (7 days ago)	<spacewander>
	   8e4182a - add watermark.png (7 days ago) <spacewander>
	   46fef1d - use tinyXML to configure (7 days ago) <spacewander>

       By specifying the -B option, git-standuo	 will  group  the  commits  in
       branches:

	   $ git standup -B -a spacewander -d 7

	   git-summary-cleanup
	   f788c78 - git-summary: clean	up other shellcheck warnings (23 hours ago) <spacewander>
	   3e8c3ab - git-summary: fix incorrect	active days when commits range is given	(23 hours ago) <spacewander>
	   ff991ac - git-summary: remove useless result	function. (23 hours ago) <spacewander>
	   203f5b4 - git-summary: add --dedup-by-email to remove duplicate users (5 days ago) <spacewander>

	   master
	   203f5b4 - git-summary: add --dedup-by-email to remove duplicate users (5 days ago) <spacewander>

       Note that the same commit can be	seen in	different branches.

AUTHOR
       Originally from https://github.com/kamranahmedse/git-standup

REPORTING BUGS
       <https://github.com/tj/git-extras/issues>

SEE ALSO
       <https://github.com/tj/git-extras>

				 November 2019			GIT-STANDUP(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | EXAMPLES | AUTHOR | REPORTING BUGS | SEE ALSO

Want to link to this manual page? Use this URL:
<https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=git-standup&sektion=1&manpath=FreeBSD+13.0-RELEASE+and+Ports>

home | help