For Windows users:
git config --global alias.co checkout git config --global alias.ci commit git config --global alias.st status git config --global alias.br branch git config --global alias.hist "log --pretty=format:'%h %ad | %s%d [%an]' --graph --date=short" git config --global alias.type 'cat-file -t' git config --global alias.dump 'cat-file -p'
Also, for users of Unix/Mac:
, , , and are common commands so it is a good idea to have abbreviations for them.
Add the following to the
.gitconfig file in your
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We’ve already talked about commit and status commands. In the previous lesson we covered the
log command and will get to know the checkout command very soon. The most important thing to learn from this lesson is that you can type
git st wherever you had to type
git status. Best of all, the
git hist command will help you avoid the really long
Go ahead and try using the new commands.
histalias in the .gitconfig file
For the most part, I will continue to type out the full command in these instructions. The only exception is that I will use the
hist alias defined above, when I need to see the git log. Make sure you have a
hist alias setup in your
.gitconfig file before continuing if you wish to repeat my actions.
We’ve added a few aliases for commands we haven’t yet discussed. We will talk about the
git branch command very soon, and the
git cat-file command is useful for exploring git.
If your shell supports aliases, or shortcuts, you can add aliases on this level, too. I use:
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go abbreviation for
git checkout is very useful, allowing me to type:
to checkout a particular branch.
Also, I often mistype
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got so I created aliases for them too.