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11 януари 2013, петък, 22:05:56 UTC+2, Blind написа:
> 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
> [gitster <https://github.com/gitster>]
> Do you have some idea about a simple way to receive such a list?
> Thanks alot,