I was wandering,
is there an easy "git"-way to make a list of files (inside a git
repository, of course), which outputs the same as "ls", plus last commit
date and author who changed the file?
I was doing some experiments with #git ls-files, but he provides me the
hash of the blob, who have no info about dates and commits in it.
It surely must be some clever git command to do this because I see similar
output when listing github projects on the tab "Files". For example the git
source itself on github looks like:
templates <https://github.com/git/git/tree/master/templates>a year agoMerge
branch 'maint-1.7.6' into
months agoremote-svn: add incremental
months agoMerge branch
years ago.gitattributes: detect 8-space indent in shell
day agoMerge branch
month ago.mailmap: normalize emails for Linus
years agoUpdate COPYING with GPLv2 with new FSF
days agoStart 1.8.2
Do you have some idea about a simple way to receive such a list?