If you want to see what’s happened recently in your project, you can use
git log. This command will output a list of the latest commits in chronological order, with the latest commit first.
Every commit in the list will look a little something like this:
Author: Bhavik (Ingress IT Solutions) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon Aug 19 20:58:56 2019 +0530
Added few more features and changes in UI
You’ll be able to see the name of who made the commit, their e-mail address, what time the commit was made, and the message they entered when they committed.
The long string following the word
commit is called the commit hash. It’s unique identifier generated by Git. Every commit has one, and I’ll show you what they’re used for shortly.
Note: The “commit hash” is sometimes called a Git commit “reference” or “SHA”.
You can use the arrow keys to navigate up and down, or press the spacebar to view the next page same as it happens when you use command more in Linux/MAC. To exit the list, just press the letter
q on your keyboard.