On Tue, 15 Oct 2013 16:24:50 +0800
lei yang <yanglei.f...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Is there a place record when I run "git pull" the last time

Please note that while you've got an answer proposing a semi-working
solution (that is, working until someone calls `touch .git/FETCH_HEAD`),
to me, it seems that you're trying to look...

Please keep in mind that while Git indeed keeps a timestamp within each
commit, these timestamps are not used to order commits on the commit
graph kept in the database.  So while making Git tell you something
about the history it maintains in terms of timestamps might be
occasionally useful, in general it's advised to think in terms of
changes: not "What changes the remote repository contains since
timestamp X?" but "What changes the branch X fetched from the remote
repository contains compared to my local branch Y?  And in reverse?" --
this way you're playing by Git's rules.

If you you desperately need to record the time of your fetches, I'd
recommend to create a shell wrapper (or an alias, or a function [1])
which would log arguments with which it was called, and a timestamp, to
a file and then call out to Git.

1. http://stackoverflow.com/a/19180954/720999

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