git-log formatted short since a datetime string
I am frequently using my commit messages to enter my timesheets activity. I wanted a way to show just the oneline commit messages. Using git-log with the switch
--format we can make short work of the requirement to only show the message:
git log --format="%s"
The next portion is even more intuitive than that! To only show commits based on a particular time, say "6am" we need the
--since switch for git-log:
git log --format="%s" --since="yesterday"
The output might look like this:
CHARITY-D->~/test# git log --format="%s" --since='yesterday'
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Find other git-log --format placeholders like %s (which is the git-log placeholder for "subject" of the commit message.
Last Updated: 2013-12-26 22:17:42