My git Aliases

UPDATE: I use zsh now and they have built-in aliases which are much simpler. I highly recommend using zsh anyway, let alone for the aliases.

This is a list of all of my current aliases I use with git. This is an output of my git alias command, which you will see below. Learn how to set these in the git page.

alias = ! git config --get-regexp ^alias\. | sed -e s/^alias\.// -e s/\ /\ =\ /
bdm = ! git branch --merged | egrep -v "(^\*|master|main|dev|staging)" | xargs git branch -d
gud = ! f() { echo "\nYOU DIED\n"; git reset --hard; }; f

a = add
aa = add .
ap = add -p
b = branch
bd = branch -D
ca = commit --amend
cb = checkout -b
ci = commit
cm = commit -m
co = checkout
hist = log --pretty=format:'%h %ad | %s%d [%an]' --graph --date=short
pl = pull origin HEAD
pu = push origin HEAD
rbm = ! f() { git rebase -i `git merge-base ${1} HEAD`; }; f
rh = reset --hard
s = status
st = status
rstst = restore --staged .

Shell/zsh aliases

Find all the built-in aliases at the zsh repo[3].

The following aliases are ones that I have added to fill in the gaps that I feel like have been left in the zsh shortcuts. Add this to your shell's rc file:

alias gpf='git push origin HEAD -f'
alias grstst='git restore --staged .'
alias gstapa='git stash push --patch'
grbdiff () {
    local TARGET=$(git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD)
    local STARTING="$1"

    git checkout "${TARGET}~0" 2>/dev/null
    git merge "${STARTING}" 2>/dev/null
    local DIFF=$(gd --stat)
    if [[ -z "$DIFF" ]]
        echo -e "Branch '${TARGET}' contains contents of '${STARTING}'. Nothing to merge."
        echo -e "Branch '${TARGET}' does not contain contents of '${STARTING}':\n${DIFF}"

    git checkout "${TARGET}" 2>/dev/null


  2. Rebase (git)
  3. zsh built-in aliases
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