Provided by: tig_2.5.5-1_amd64 bug


       tig - text-mode interface for Git


       tig        [options] [revisions] [--] [paths]
       tig log    [options] [revisions] [--] [paths]
       tig show   [options] [revisions] [--] [paths]
       tig reflog [options] [revisions]
       tig blame  [options] [rev] [--] path
       tig grep   [options] [pattern]
       tig refs   [options]
       tig stash  [options]
       tig status
       tig <      [Git command output]


       Tig is an ncurses-based text-mode interface for git(1). It functions mainly as a Git
       repository browser, but can also assist in staging changes for commit at chunk level and
       act as a pager for output from various Git commands.


       Command line options recognized by Tig include all valid git-log(1) and git-diff(1)
       options, as well as the following subcommands and Tig-specific options. The first command
       line parameter not starting with "-" is interpreted as being either a revision
       specification or a path and will end the option parsing. All additional options will be
       passed to the underlying Git command.

           Open diff view using the given git-show(1) options.

           Show given file annotated by commits. Takes zero or more git-blame(1) options.
           Optionally limited from given revision.

           Start up in status view.

           Start up in log view, displaying git-log(1) output.

           Start up in reflog view.

           Start up in refs view. All refs are displayed unless limited by using one of the
           --branches, --remotes, or --tags parameters.

           Start up in stash view.

           Open the grep view. Supports the same options as git-grep(1).

           Show the first view with line <number> visible and selected.

       -v, --version
           Show version and exit.

       -h, --help
           Show help message and exit.

       -C <path>
           Run as if Tig was started in <path> instead of the current working directory.


       Tig enters pager mode when input is provided via stdin and supports the following
       subcommands and options:

       •   When the show subcommand is specified and the --stdin option is given, stdin is
           assumed to be a list of commit IDs and will be forwarded to the diff view’s underlying
           git-show(1) command. For example:

           $ git rev-list --author=vivien HEAD | tig show --stdin

       •   When --stdin is given, stdin is assumed to be a list of commit IDs and will be
           forwarded to the main view’s underlying git-log(1) command. For example:

           $ tig --no-walk --stdin < cherry-picks.txt

       •   When --pretty=raw is given, stdin is assumed to be a "pretty=raw" formatted output
           similar to that of git-log(1). For example:

           $ git reflog --pretty=raw | tig --pretty=raw

       When no subcommands nor options are given, the pager view will be used for displaying the
       Git command input given on stdin. The pager view assumes the input is either from
       git-log(1) or git-diff(1) and will highlight it similar to the log and diff views. For

           $ git log -Schange -p --raw | tig


       Display the list of commits for the current branch:

           $ tig

       Display commits from one or more branches:

           $ tig test master

       Pretend as if all the refs in refs/ are listed on the command line:

           $ tig --all

       Display differences between two branches:

           $ tig test..master

       Display changes for sub-module versions:

           $ tig --submodule

       Display changes for a single file:

           $ tig -- README

       Display contents of the README file in a specific revision:

           $ tig show tig-0.8:README

       Display revisions between two dates for a specific file:

           $ tig --after="2004-01-01" --before="2006-05-16" -- README

       Blame file with copy detection enabled:

           $ tig blame -C README

       Display the list of stashes:

           $ tig stash

       Grep all files for lines containing DEFINE_ENUM:

           $ tig grep -p DEFINE_ENUM

       Show references (branches, remotes and tags):

           $ tig refs

       Use word diff in the diff view:

           $ tig --word-diff=plain


       In addition to environment variables used by Git (e.g. GIT_DIR), Tig defines the ones
       below. The command related environment variables have access to the internal state of Tig
       via replacement variables, such as %(commit) and %(blob). See tigrc(5) for a full list.

           Path of the user configuration file (defaults to ~/.tigrc or

           Path of the system wide configuration file (defaults to {sysconfdir}/tigrc). Define to
           empty string to use built-in configuration.

           Command for retrieving all repository references. The command should output data in
           the same format as git-ls-remote(1).

           The diff options to use in the diff view. The diff view uses git-show(1) for
           formatting and always passes --patch-with-stat. You may also set the diff-options
           setting in the configuration file.

           Path for trace file where information about Git commands are logged.

           Path to script that should be executed automatically on startup. If this environment
           variable is defined to the empty string, the script is read from stdin. The script is
           interpreted line-by-line and can contain prompt commands and key mappings.

               E.g. TIG_SCRIPT=<(echo :set main-view-commit-title-graph = no) tig

           Open Tig without rendering anything to the terminal. This force Ncurses to write to
           /dev/null. The main use is for automated testing of Tig.

           The editor command to use when visiting files. This environment variable overrides
           $GIT_EDITOR, $EDITOR and $VISUAL, so it allows to use a different editor from the one
           Git uses.


       $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/tig/config, ~/.config/tig/config, ~/.tigrc
           The Tig user configuration file is loaded in the following way. If $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is
           set, read user configuration from $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/tig/config. If $XDG_CONFIG_HOME is
           empty or undefined, read user configuration from ~/.config/tig/config if it exists and
           fall back to ~/.tigrc if it does not exist. See tigrc(5) for examples.

           System wide configuration file.

       $GIT_DIR/config, ~/.gitconfig, /etc/gitconfig
           Git configuration files. Read on start-up with the help of git-config(1).

       $XDG_DATA_HOME/tig/history, ~/.local/share/tig/history, ~/.tig_history
           When compiled with readline support, Tig writes a persistent command and search
           history. The location of the history file is determined in the following way. If
           $XDG_DATA_HOME is set and $XDG_DATA_HOME/tig/ exists, store history to
           $XDG_DATA_HOME/tig/history. If $XDG_DATA_HOME is empty or undefined, store history to
           ~/.local/share/tig/history if the directory ~/.local/share/tig/ exists, and fall back
           to ~/.tig_history if it does not exist.


       Please visit Tig’s home page[1] or main Git repository[2] for information about new
       releases and how to report bugs or feature request.


       Copyright (c) 2006-2014 Jonas Fonseca <[3]>

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
       version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.


       tigrc(5), tigmanual(7), git(7)


        1. home page

        2. main Git repository