About this fork
This is Jake Archibald's (@jaffathecake) Git Convenience, with one simple change: n00bs, and others, might not want Git Pull to use --rebase (I tried reading about it, really I did - and I almost get it - but for now, I want the lazytimes without wrapping my head around using --rebase day-to-day ).
Convenient bits & bobs for Git
Git out-of-the-box isn't your best friend, git-convenience pulls together a few tools that make it that little bit more friendly. You get:
- Tab auto-completion
- A more useful command prompt
- Shortcuts to common operations
Works on OSX, Linux & Windows git-bash.
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Trial it in your current terminal session:
eval "$(curl -L https://raw.github.com/benseven/git-convenience/master/setup.sh) trial"
If it works for you, have it in all your terminals:
eval "$(curl -L https://raw.github.com/benseven/git-convenience/master/setup.sh)"
gs- git status
gaa- git add --all - Add all changes (including untracto staging
gc "Message"- Commit all changes (except untracked) message
goops- Add changes to previous commit & edit comessage
gp- Pull then push - does not use --rebase (read 'About this fork')
gup- Pull (not via --rebase - see 'About this fork')
glog- Decorated & graphed log
gdiff- A word-diff of changes
gclean- Compress & garbage collect data store
If you've installed the wonderful git-up (which you should), it'll be used instead of
The prompt shows the current branch & among other helpful things:
*- Uncommitted changes
+- Staged changes
%- Untracked files
<- You're behind the origin
>- You're ahead of the origin
<>- You've diverged from the origin
=- You're up-to-date with the origin