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`git commit-v` by default (5)
As far as I can tell, you can not override an already existing git command with an alias (otherwise, there would be no way to do the original command, and a bunch of stuff would break).
So I recommend you do something like
git config --global "alias.ci" "commit -v". This will add a line to your
~/.gitconfig file and make it so that
git ci does
git commit -v. You should then just get into the habit of typing
git ci instead of
git commit (unless you decide you don't want the
How can I configure
git commit to act as
git commit -v (showing the full diff being committed) by default?
Using an alias is not quite satisfactory, as it does not affect commit message editing during operations which may indirectly commit, such as
I just sent an e-mail to
[email protected] and got the following response:
05.04.2016 16:47, Pranit Bauva: On Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 8:08 PM, Jacek Wielemborek wrote:
I'm asking for this one because there's quite a lot of interest (including me) in this feature and there is no convenient walkaround:
This is currently under progress. I am the one who is working on it. One of the patches is currently on the pu branch. I am still polishing it to include some more stuff. You can track its status by reading the git.git messages by the git maintainer. The latest revision of the patch is at http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.version-control.git/288820
Thanks, Pranit Bauva
If you are using git 2.9, this can be done with a config.
git config --global commit.verbose true
Git 2.9.0 Release Notes: https://github.com/git/git/blob/v2.9.0/Documentation/RelNotes/2.9.0.txt
"git commit" learned to pay attention to the "commit.verbose" configuration variable and act as if the "--verbose" option was given from the command line.
:!git log -1 -u
Well, I use aliases:
alias gc='git commit -v'
There are a bunch of nice aliases like this that I got off the PeepCode git screencasts, I believe.