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How to see all my commit in all branches?

Syed Tousif
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Apr 25, 2023

 I have done commits in multiple branches but not able to see all commits done by me at a single place. 
Suggest me to see all my commit in all branches at one place.

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Theodora Boudale
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Apr 26, 2023

Hi @Syed Tousif and welcome to the community!

It is not possible to search for commits by a certain author on our website, on the Commits page of the repo.

It should be possible to see this locally in a clone of the repo by running the command

git log --all --author="name"

where name replace with the name you have set as author name in your ~/.gitconfig file, in order to see the commits with you as an author. Make sure to fetch all references with the command git fetch --all prior to executing the git log command, to ensure that all remote references exist in your local repo.

We have a feature request for the ability to search commits by author on our website:

The request has been closed due to inactivity (no votes or comments for an extended period of time). However, I would suggest adding a comment to it to express your interest, as our product managers continue to monitor even closed requests.

Kind regards,

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