[Vm-dev] Script needed; git mavens can you help?
eliot.miranda at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 19:24:06 UTC 2016
On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 10:39 PM, Tim Felgentreff <timfelgentreff at gmail.com>
> Hi Eliot,
> When I did the migration I made a gitrevert script. It is in the scripts
Thanks Tim. Just an FYI for Mac users, the script presumes an up-to-date
git, but Mac OS X yosemite only ships with 2.4.9. The upgrade is easy; I'm
currently using 2.10.0.
> Am 20.06.2016 23:12 schrieb "Damien Pollet" <damien.pollet at gmail.com>:
>> To complete Tobias's answer, git checkout HEAD -- <files> will restore
>> files from the most recent commit even if changes were staged.
>> In what situation do you use that script?
>> People on stack overflow seem to have pretty polarized opinions about
>> fiddling with timestamps… one of the answers has something close, but there
>> might be a simpler way…
>> On 20 June 2016 at 22:40, Eliot Miranda <eliot.miranda at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi git mavens,
>>> I've used a script called svnrevert in the svn version that reverts
>>> any changed file in its argument(s), which may be directories, /and/ sets
>>> the modification date to the date at which the file was last checked in.
>>> I'd like the same functionality in git. Her'es the subversion version:
>>> # Revert file(s) or all modified files in a directory
>>> # and touch them back to the checkin date
>>> for f in "$@"
>>> if [ -d "$f" ]; then
>>> $0 `svn st "$f" | grep "^M" | sed 's/^M *//'`
>>> if svn revert "$f"; then
>>> changed="`svn info \"$f\" | grep 'Last Changed Date:' | sed 's/ *(.*//'`"
>>> touch -t "`date -j -f 'Last Changed Date: %Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S %z'
>>> \"$changed\" '+%Y%m%d%H%M.%S'`" "$f"
>>> best, Eliot
>> Damien Pollet
>> type less, do more [ | ] http://people.untyped.org/damien.pollet
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