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NAME

       git-dag - The sleek and powerful Git history browser

SYNOPSIS

       git dag [options] [<since>..<until>] [[–] [<path>…]]

DESCRIPTION

       git-dag  is a powerful Git history visualizer.  git-dag presents powerful git log features
       in a simple-to-use graphical interface.

OPTIONS

   –prompt
       Prompt for a Git repository instead of using the current directory.

   -r, –repo <path>
       Run git dag on the git repository in <path>.  Defaults to the current directory.

   –version
       Print the git dag version and exit.

   -h, –help
       Show usage and optional arguments.

LOG OPTIONS

       The Log prompt allows you to pass arguments to git log.  This can be used  to  filter  the
       displayed history, for example entering master  Makefile will display only commits on the
       master branch that touch the Makefile.

CONTEXT-MENU ACTIONS

       The right-click menu can be used to perform various actions.  All actions operate  on  the
       selected commit.

       You  can create branches and tags, cherry-pick commits, save patches, export tarballs, and
       grab files from older commits using the context menu.

DIFF COMMITS

       You can diff arbitrary commits.  Select a single commit in either the  list  view  or  the
       graph view and then right-click on a second commit.

       A menu will appear allowing you to diff the two commits.

SHORTCUTS

       You  can  run  commands  using  dedicated shortcuts. Select a single commit and then press
       Ctrl-Alt-c to copy sha1 or Ctrl-d to run diff tool.

       You can read more about hotkeys from ‘keyboard shortcuts’ window or context menu.

CONFIGURATION VARIABLES

   log.date
       Set the default date-time format for the ‘Date’ field.  Setting a value  for  log.date  is
       similar  to  using  git log’s –date option.  Possible values are relative, local, default,
       iso, rfc, and short; see git-log(1) for details.

AUTHOR

       David Aguilar and contributors

COPYRIGHT

       2007-2019, David Aguilar and contributors