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       git-crecord - interactively select changes to commit or stage


       git crecord [-h]

       git crecord [-v] [--author=AUTHOR] [--date=DATE] [-m MESSAGE] [--amend] [-s]


       git-crecord  is  a  Git  subcommand  which allows users to interactively select changes to
       commit or stage using a ncurses-based text user interface.  It is a port of the  Mercurial
       crecord extension originally written by Mark Edgington.

       git-crecord  allows  you  to  interactively  choose  among the changes you have made (with
       line-level granularity), and commit, stage or  unstage  only  those  changes  you  select.
       After committing or staging the selected changes, the unselected changes are still present
       in your working copy, so you can use crecord multiple times to split  large  changes  into
       several smaller changesets.


              Override  the commit author. Specify an explicit author using the standard A U Thor
              <> format.  Otherwise AUTHOR is assumed to be a  pattern  and  is
              used  to  search  for  an  existing  commit  by that author (i.e. rev-list --all -i
              --author=AUTHOR); the commit author is then  copied  from  the  first  such  commit

              Override the author date used in the commit.

       -m MESSAGE, --message=MESSAGE
              Use  the  given  MESSAGE  as  the commit message. If multiple -m options are given,
              their values are concatenated as separate paragraphs.

       -s, --signoff
              Add Signed-off-by line by the committer at the end of the commit log message.

              Amend previous commit. Replace the tip of the current  branch  by  creating  a  new
              commit. The message from the original commit is used as the starting point, instead
              of an empty message, when no other message is specified from the command  line  via
              -m option. The new commit has the same parents and author as the current one.

       -v, --verbose
              Be more verbose.

              Show all sorts of debugging information. Implies --verbose.

       -h     Show this help message and exit.




       Andrew Shadura <>