Steve Chambers Steve Chambers - 1 year ago 96
Git Question

How to use a two digit year format (e.g. 13 instead of 2013) in Git log entries?

I'm trying to maximize available space in each line of a customized Git log.

git log --date=short --pretty=format:"%ad ..."

is OK but gives dates in
format (e.g. "2013-12-12").
With all the other stuff being logged on a limited length line, 2 characters becomes important!

Is there a way to output a two digit year (e.g. "12/12/13")?

Answer Source

There's nothing built in, but you could just output the date as a raw time stamp (--date=raw) and do your own post-processing on the log output. (Pipe the output to awk, python, perl, whatever, and have that replace the time-stamp values.)

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