A reference to an object or a list of objects may be passed to examine those specific objects. If no explicit objects are passed,
git-show defaults to the HEAD reference.
The pretty option takes a secondary format value that can be one of:
oneline, short, medium, full, fuller, email, raw, and
format:＜string＞. If omitted, the format defaults to
medium. Each format option is a different template for how Git formats the show output. The ＜code＞oneline＜/code＞ option can be very helpful for showing a list of commits
This option shortens the length of output commit IDs. Commit IDs are 40 characters long and can be hard to view on narrow terminal screens. This option combined with
--pretty=oneline can produce a highly succinct
git log output.
Always Show the full 40 character commit ID. This will ignore --
abbrev-commit and any other options that abbreviate commit IDs like the