Re: [git-users] Sort specific hash ids in reverse chronological order..

2014-09-22 Thread Dale R. Worley
From: Kumar bitraki...@gmail.com I've got C, F, Z , Y to revert. I need to have the recent id first, like Z, Y, F, C so that the revert is correct and smooth. It looks like you can use git log -1 hash to find the date of each hash. Then use those to sort the hashes in time-order. To

Re: [git-users] Sort specific hash ids in reverse chronological order..

2014-09-22 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Thu, 18 Sep 2014 07:45:38 -0700 (PDT) Kumar bitraki...@gmail.com wrote: New to git, I've a branch from which I need to revert some 40 hashs. These 40 sha ids are not in the right order to revert. Example A - B - C - - Z. I've got C, F, Z , Y to revert. I need to have the recent

[git-users] Sort specific hash ids in reverse chronological order..

2014-09-19 Thread Kumar
Hi All, New to git, I've a branch from which I need to revert some 40 hashs. These 40 sha ids are not in the right order to revert. Example A - B - C - - Z. I've got C, F, Z , Y to revert. I need to have the recent id first, like Z, Y, F, C so that the revert is correct and smooth.