Nice list you have.
This is mine:
➜ ~ git alias
alias = config --get-regexp "alias.*"
append = commit --amend --no-edit
cached = diff --cached
ci = commit
co = checkout
find-change = name-rev
find-change-branch = branch --contains
hist = log --pretty=format:"%h %ad | %s%d [%an]" --graph --date=short
last = log -1 HEAD
log = log --full-history
lol = log --all --oneline --graph --decorate
ls = ls-files
merge = merge --no-ff
new = ls-files --others --exclude-standard
out = cherry -v
prune-remotes = remote prune origin
pull = pull --rebase
quick-stats = ! /usr/local/bin/git-quick-stats
release-tag = !git tag release-`date -u "+%Y%m%d%H%M"`
st = status -sb
standup = standup -d 8 -D iso
today = log --stat --since='1 Day Ago' --graph --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --date=relative
undo = reset HEAD^
unstage = reset HEAD --
who = shortlog -s
I don't use bisect or rebase that much so I don't have shortcuts. I use git out a lot to see what's going up to the origin. I've aliased merge to merge --no-ff because that's what you want 99% of the time. I probably have too many aliases of log :D
I'm a little disappointed git out isn't something like sudo reboot
AHAHHAAHAH thanks for the laughter.
I should probably start aliasing it on colleagues's computers :D
Thanks for sharing @rhymes
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