I've recently tried using branches in git but while they work allright whatever I do I can't display the graph of my branches and merges. I've tried Giggle for ubuntu and gitk -all but none of them works as shown in this nettuts+ tutorial http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/other/easy-version-control-with-git/
I type in that
$ git log --graph #Sorry my sreenshot is missing h at the end
You might be looking for
git log --graph --all, likewise with
gitk, I have an alias in my shell:
alias gk='gitk --all'
for just that purpose.
git help log
--all Pretend as if all the refs in refs/ are listed on the command line as <commit>.
So if you have branches
c, it's as if you told git to show the logs and graphs in this manner:
git log --graph a b c
git log allows you to list any objets you can reference in what you want to see the logs for. You can even use it on a file, or multiple files files....
$ git log --oneline python-taboot.spec c96d546 Straighten out the Makefile. Hey -- make rpm works now! Update a lot of docs. Fixes #34 - Taboot 'edit' mode should hint at the file type and give instructi ea0d60b Version bumpskies to 0.4.0-1beta a95cfbf Automatic commit of package [python-taboot] release [0.3.2-1]. d9e3ca6 Make python-argparse a Requires for el6 as well ea7ed54 Automatic commit of package [python-taboot] release [0.3.1-1]. 69eaea9 Add conditional Requires on python-argparse. Update README and release notes. ...
And so on...