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Inspecting branches with command line Git


Inspecting branches with command line Git

By : Matthew Jones
Date : November 16 2020, 06:23 AM
hope this fix your issue For a quick overview over all (local) branches and the commits they point to you can use
code :
git branch -vv
git log -n 1 foo
git log -n1 foo --pretty=fuller
git log -n 1 foo --pretty=format:'%H%n%cn%n%cd%n%s%n%b'


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Is there a command line TFS tool to track a changeset between branches?

Is there a command line TFS tool to track a changeset between branches?


By : insrod
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You'll probably want to use a combination of tf branches and tf merges. If these don't give you the information you need then I think you're going to be writing your own console application or powershell snapin using the TFS API
Is there a definitive *nix command line tool for inspecting protocol buffers?

Is there a definitive *nix command line tool for inspecting protocol buffers?


By : Tim Lyons
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The Protocol Compiler -- protoc -- has this functionality built-in via the --decode and --decode_raw flags. This is the same tool you use to generate code from a .proto file so is likely already installed.
For example:
code :
protoc --decode_raw < message.bin
protoc --decode mypkg.MyType myschema.proto < message.bin
Usage: protoc [OPTION] PROTO_FILES
Parse PROTO_FILES and generate output based on the options given:
  -IPATH, --proto_path=PATH   Specify the directory in which to search for
                              imports.  May be specified multiple times;
                              directories will be searched in order.  If not
                              given, the current working directory is used.
  --version                   Show version info and exit.
  -h, --help                  Show this text and exit.
  --encode=MESSAGE_TYPE       Read a text-format message of the given type
                              from standard input and write it in binary
                              to standard output.  The message type must
                              be defined in PROTO_FILES or their imports.
  --decode=MESSAGE_TYPE       Read a binary message of the given type from
                              standard input and write it in text format
                              to standard output.  The message type must
                              be defined in PROTO_FILES or their imports.
  --decode_raw                Read an arbitrary protocol message from
                              standard input and write the raw tag/value
                              pairs in text format to standard output.  No
                              PROTO_FILES should be given when using this
                              flag.
  -oFILE,                     Writes a FileDescriptorSet (a protocol buffer,
    --descriptor_set_out=FILE defined in descriptor.proto) containing all of
                              the input files to FILE.
  --include_imports           When using --descriptor_set_out, also include
                              all dependencies of the input files in the
                              set, so that the set is self-contained.
  --include_source_info       When using --descriptor_set_out, do not strip
                              SourceCodeInfo from the FileDescriptorProto.
                              This results in vastly larger descriptors that
                              include information about the original
                              location of each decl in the source file as
                              well as surrounding comments.
  --error_format=FORMAT       Set the format in which to print errors.
                              FORMAT may be 'gcc' (the default) or 'msvs'
                              (Microsoft Visual Studio format).
  --print_free_field_numbers  Print the free field numbers of the messages
                              defined in the given proto files. Groups share
                              the same field number space with the parent 
                              message. Extension ranges are counted as 
                              occupied fields numbers.
  --plugin=EXECUTABLE         Specifies a plugin executable to use.
                              Normally, protoc searches the PATH for
                              plugins, but you may specify additional
                              executables not in the path using this flag.
                              Additionally, EXECUTABLE may be of the form
                              NAME=PATH, in which case the given plugin name
                              is mapped to the given executable even if
                              the executable's own name differs.
  --cpp_out=OUT_DIR           Generate C++ header and source.
  --java_out=OUT_DIR          Generate Java source file.
  --python_out=OUT_DIR        Generate Python source file.
How to get all closed branches via command line in mercurial?

How to get all closed branches via command line in mercurial?


By : JWheat
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps In command line I can get all heads without closed branches via: , RTM hg help revsets
code :
hg log -r "closed()"
>hg heads -T "{rev}:{node|short}\n"
9:caaade505e23
5:0c0ceaa4a8d2
3:3c58290b241d
1:99f7ad94a56f

>hg heads -c -T "{rev}:{node|short}\n"
10:fc7ddfb862bd
9:caaade505e23
5:0c0ceaa4a8d2
3:3c58290b241d
1:99f7ad94a56f

>hg log -r "closed()" -T "{rev}:{node|short}\n"
10:fc7ddfb862bd
hg log -r "closed()" -T "{branch}\n"
Getting SVN url of all branches using single line command

Getting SVN url of all branches using single line command


By : Rachid Al assir
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You just drop the -0 flag from xargs which is meant for reading NULL de-limited output, just do
code :
svn ls https://my.svn.net/svn/projectA/branches | xargs -I {} svn info "{}" 
svn ls https://my.svn.net/svn/projectA/branches | \
    xargs -I {} svn info "https://my.svn.net/svn/projectA/{}" 
xargs -r -I {} svn info "https://my.svn.net/svn/projectA/{}" 
how to do svn reintegration of branches using command line

how to do svn reintegration of branches using command line


By : user1540375
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Reintegration is a specific case of merging. Merge is a generic term. But when you merge back a branch (B in your case) to its parent (A), you are reintegrating. svn merge used to have a --reintegrate flag before 1.8. This is deprecated, and you do not have to tell svn anymore that you are reintegrating. It is smart enough to figure it out.
In your copy of branch A, the command to merge branch B is:
code :
svn merge URL-to-branch-B
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