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Mastering Git - Git Object Model


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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://thoughtbot.com/upcase/videos/git-object-model

(Panashe Fundira) #4

@christoomey how did you make git status your default git command? At 16:48 you just type g instead of g s or whatever alias, and it shows you an abbreviated status.


(Chris Toomey) #5

Hey @munyari, the answer lies just ahead on the Mastering Git trail! You can find the configuration in the g Fall Through Shell Alias section of the Customizing Git video.

In addition, if you’d like to go even further, check out the Weekly Iteration episode on Githsh, a custom Git shell made by some of my colleagues here at thoughtbot. I’ve been using it as my primary Git interface of late and loving it.


(Panashe Fundira) #6

@christoomey cheers, and thanks for all the awesome content!


(amos) #7

@christoomey; superb - just a request - what is the tmux mapping that allows you to “watch” the objects folder in colour, and without explicitly repeating the command?


(Chris Toomey) #8

Hi @amosle, thanks for the kind words. I don’t have the exact tmux mapping saved anywhere unfortunately, but it looks like I’m using tmux send-keys to repeatedly send the command to the the secondary tmux pane. Something. Like

bind C-t send-keys -t 1 ‘tree -C -I “infopack” .git/objects’

This defines a tmux mapping bound to control t (after running the tmux prefix) that will send the command rag time it is run. Hope that clarifies!