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#!/bin/bash
read -r -d '' AWK <<EOF
{
date=\$1;
refname=\$2;
subject=substr(\$3,1,72);
sha=\$4;
len=split(refname, ref, "/");
reset="\033[0m";
red="\033[0;31m";
green="\033[0;32m";
yellow="\033[0;33m";
cyan="\033[0;36m";
simple=red "%15s" green " %-30s" cyan " %15s" yellow " %s" reset " %s\n";
cmplex=red "%15s" green " %-30s" cyan " %15s" yellow " %s" reset " %s\n";
if(len<2) {
printf simple,"----",ref[1],date,sha,subject;
} else {
printf cmplex,ref[1],ref[2],date,sha,subject;
}
}
EOF
git for-each-ref --sort=committerdate --format='%(committerdate:relative)%09%(refname:short)%09%(subject)%09%(objectname:short)' | awk -F'\t' "$AWK"
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commented Mar 13, 2015

Shell script to display all your branches, local and remote, oldest to newest with the relative time of the last commit, colorized for bash.

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