by

Where communities thrive


  • Join over 1.5M+ people
  • Join over 100K+ communities
  • Free without limits
  • Create your own community
People
Repo info
Activity
  • Jan 28 2019 22:21
    verdie-g opened #893
  • Jan 28 2019 10:19
    VonUniGE commented #340
  • Jan 28 2019 02:20
    rcywongaa closed #869
  • Jan 26 2019 20:30
    smkniazi edited #892
  • Jan 26 2019 20:29
    smkniazi edited #892
  • Jan 26 2019 20:28
    smkniazi opened #892
  • Jan 24 2019 10:38
    timotheecour edited #890
  • Jan 24 2019 09:20
    timotheecour opened #891
  • Jan 24 2019 00:29
    timotheecour opened #890
  • Jan 23 2019 22:09
    KeeReal commented #869
  • Jan 23 2019 20:58
    avivey opened #889
  • Jan 21 2019 23:26
    timotheecour commented #559
  • Jan 21 2019 21:16
    koutcher commented #559
  • Jan 21 2019 20:47
    koutcher commented #559
  • Jan 21 2019 18:39
    smancill commented #559
  • Jan 21 2019 07:11
    timotheecour commented #559
  • Jan 20 2019 17:01
    smancill commented #559
  • Jan 20 2019 10:25
    koutcher commented #559
  • Jan 20 2019 02:54
    timotheecour commented #559
  • Jan 20 2019 01:56
    timotheecour opened #888
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
And of course, you can always perform command at bottom line with decorator :
       !   Run the command in the foreground with
           output shown.

       @   Run the command in the background with no
           output.

       +   Run the command synchronously, and echo the
           first line of output to the status bar.

       ?   Prompt the user before executing the
           command.

      >  For a new tig instance

       <   Exit Tig after executing the command.
Sorin Sbarnea
@ssbarnea
thanks for the update. Still there is a serious issue with the approach of "do everything via git". It makes the tool less portable because everyone would have to sync the tool configuration to a never ending list of machines. Also means that if I step in on someone else terminal to help with something i will be guaranteed to miss my custom aliases.
that is why I value a tool that does not need customization, so I can just install it and ripe the benefits.
(basic operations, i do not expect to implement everything). there is a lot of value in aliases.
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
If you think the tig's default key-bindings is not enough, then I'll suggest lazygit
Sorin Sbarnea
@ssbarnea
Thanks for the hint, at least on paper it looks like what I was looking for. Sadly, first command caused jesseduffield/lazygit#501
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Can you somehow send a command to tig through e.g. a file? I want to change the current directory from the outside of tig
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Isn't this possible?
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Really no way to do this?
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Or can you maybe change the PWD of tig at all?
/j #gentoo
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
Not sure what you mean, could you describe more about what you want to achieve?
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
I want to write a Zsh plugin that would attach tmux session with tig running in it, automatically cd-ing into the current directory
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
I am not sure if it is possible. But I think quit tig and relaunch it when directory changes would be good enough
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Yes I thought about this too
Paolo
@ear
hello, was wondering, is it possible to set the default sort-field for ref-view? I can't find it in man tig nor in man tigrc
(also a bit flummoxed that setting sort-filed = date and then inverting it with 'I' puts the header, "All references", at the bottom!)
Piotr Zierhoffer
@pzierhoffer_gitlab
Hi everyone. I'm looking for an option to add a binding that will search for a result of a bash command. To be precise, I'd want to do something like /!git merge-base %(commit) master, but of course the syntax does not work like that. Is this solvable?
Martin Uddén
@CMartinUdden
Is it possible to create a powerline-like status line in tig? It seems that control of the status line is not possible right now from configuration?
Erik Berdonces Bonelo
@Sturgelose

Hey there, I'm starting with Tig and I love, it, but I'm having some trouble with switching views.... Mostly, what I want is to stage a chunk of a file

For example, I open tig status to open status view.
Then I select the file I want to stage (move with arrows <up> <down> and then press <enter>). This splits the view in two.
Here, I'd guess I can switch to the new view pressing <tab>, and then move in that view with <up> <down> arrows, but it's not the case. I can only move with <j> and <k>, and the focus window changes if I press <tab>.

Is this the expected behaviour or I may have found a bug? (I'm in MacOS and tried already with bash and zsh shell)

Dmitry Valter
@dvalter
@Sturgelose looks like it's not the case by default. Help (h) says they [<Down> and j]'re binded to different actions.
Anyway you may configure it in tigrc like
$ cat ~/.tigrc 
bind generic <Down> move-down
bind generic <Up> move-up
Ben LeMasurier
@benlemasurier
is it possible to get a log view for single file?
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook

@benlemasurier
use tig --[file] directly

if you want to do it inside tig, just add binding like:

bind tree m >tig -- %(file)
Ben LeMasurier
@benlemasurier
makes sense. thank you
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
I have a feature request: could a TIGRC_EXTRA be added, to point to an additional configuration file?
I'm thinking about creating a plugin for Zsh, but also possibly for Bash, that would supply e.g.: a bindings that would display a fzf-backed list of Makefile targets and run a selected target. To supply such additional functionality in a pluggable fashion I would need that environment variable
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
I've created a PR with this extension: #970
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
And here's the plugin, I've managed to accomplish the goal without TIGRC_EXTRA, however I still think that it would be a meanigful extension and I'm hoping for #970 merging. The plugin: https://github.com/zdharma/zsh-tig-plugin
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
Wow! I'll give it a try later
Ruslan Yakauleu
@QuAzI
Hi! Does tig can show file (f) with highlight for changed rows? Any quick navigation available (next change/prev change) in this mode? Can file view mode (f) been opened on position same with currently selected line (from diff mode)?
Hathor
@oshodeva_twitter
Hello
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Hi
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
Oh, my view started to divide horizontally instead of vertically, how to revert to the previous behavior?
ah, I've removed my config, ok
Sorin Sbarnea
@ssbarnea
@psprint remember to git yout tig! ;)
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
hehe yes :) I've did this, so it's all back to normal now :)
Kapil Thangavelu
@kapilt
So I’ve been wondering is it possible to program a view in tig? Custom views are great, but is the answer entering a separate curses prog from that view?
Pavel Roskin
@proski
Can somebody have a look at my PR #983? It fixes vertical lines in Putty. When in the UTF-8 graphic mode, tig uses UTF-8 characters for graphs and curses drawing lines for other vertical lines (window separators and line number separators). That's inconsistent. With my change, only UTF-8 symbols are used in the UTF-8 mode. I added a test for vertical lines in all 3 modes.
Landon Gilbert-Bland
@vimalloc
Aloha. With git diff it highlights trailing whitespace in red. Is it possible to have that behavior when looking over code changes with tig? I tried playing the W / :toggle ignore-space, but can't get the trailing whitespace displayed.
Hsieh Chin Fan
@typebrook
@vimalloc
add set diff-highlight = true in your tigrc and tig will use diff-highlight in your PATH
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
I'm having problems to undestand how u works. Shouldn't it stage/unstage the currently active block? Instead, it does that with the top block or all blocks… … …
Johannes Altmanninger
@krobelus
@psprint > Shouldn't it stage/unstage the currently active block?
That works for me, it only stages all blocks in a file if I select the file
Sebastian Gniazdowski
@psprint
@krobelus and it stages unstages only the selected blocks?
Johannes Altmanninger
@krobelus
@psprint yes, only the selected block which is bounded by the hunk markers starting with @@
the cursor needs to be within the hunk
Ruslan Yakauleu
@QuAzI
Can tig show tree of changed files since last merge with master?
Something like git diff --name-only HEAD..master but with tree of files at left side?
Or maybe git can do something like tree?
1 reply
maletin
@maletin

is anybody using the Triangular Work Flow?
per default i pull from remote-1 and push to remote-2.

$ git status
On branch master
Your branch is up to date with 'remote-1/master'.
nothing to commit, working tree clean

here i miss the information Your branch is ahead of 'remote-2/master' by 1 commit.

$ git push
To /tmp/demo/remote-2/.
   727c2ed..588321f  master -> master

is it a good idea to get this information from .git/config and display it in refs-view and status-view?

Pavel Roskin
@proski
Could someone please have a look at PR #983? It fixes a known issue with vertical lines in Putty. Just because the latest Putty versions can be configured to support ACS graphics in UTF-8 mode, it doesn't make my changes less valuable. Most time I use Putty I don't have permissions or time to do any tweaks. Using ACS in UTF-8 mode is unnecessary and inconsistent with other tig code (graph drawing specifically) that is careful to use UTF-8 graphics in UTF-8 mode. It took me hours to find a fix and then many more hours to make the code consistent (look at the commit history). For instance, since I cannot use the line character as background in the UTF-8 mode, I made the code fill the window that represents the line. Then I changed the code to do it in all modes. Then I optimized the code to skip erasing the window. I added tests for all three modes. The PR have been in review since January and there has been no feedback :(
1 reply
Ivan Sevcik
@isevcik
Hello, is it possible to locate a file in finder f and then show a log for selected file?
3 replies