If you just want to show the commits. Not "do something" with them, and you
have set up "git config" with the "user.name" set, then you might see what:

git log --author=lewis

gives you. Replace "lewis" with the appropriate string from the user.name.
Hopefully you set that up.

On Thu, Jun 27, 2013 at 5:50 AM, aidy lewis <aidy.le...@gmail.com> wrote:

> git users,
>
> Perhaps my git workflow is wrong.
>
> I have committed numerous times in order to complete a task, but when the
> code is to be reviewed, I'd like to show a non-contiguous view of my
> changes, which do not include the commits other developers have made. Is
> this possible?
>
> Or should I be creating a branch and showing the differences from the
> master and my branch when it comes to a code review?
>
> Aidy
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