git-export-file

Export (from a git repo) a particular revision of the specified file(s). Defaults to the last revision in which each file was changed.

npm install git-export-file
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// git-export-file

CLI command to export a particular revision of the specified file(s) from whatever git repo (on disk) the file or files happen to be in.

If not specified, the revision argument defaults to the last revision in which each file was changed.

installation

$ npm install -g git-export-file

usage

Usage:
    $ git export-file [-d <path>] [-r <commit-ish>] [-q] <files...>

Options:
  -d, --dest   Destination directory.  If not specified, defaults to a temporary directory.
  -r, --rev    Revision to export.  If not specified, defaults to previous revision in which the file was modified.
  -q, --quiet  Quiet.  If specified, the export path will not be echoed after the export is complete.
  -h, --help   Show this message

authors

bryn austin bellomy < bryn@signals.io >

license (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2013 bryn austin bellomy

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