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git-dag - The sleek and powerful Git history browser
git dag [options] [<since>..<until>] [[–] [<path>…]]
git-dag is a powerful Git history visualizer. git-dag presents powerful git log features in a simple-to-use graphical interface.
–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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
David Aguilar and contributors
2007-2019, David Aguilar and contributors