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Manual Reference Pages  -  GIT-SSQ (1)

NAME

git-ssq - display the names of files not added to a Git repository

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Return Values
Environment
Files
Examples
See Also
History
Authors

SYNOPSIS

git-ssq [<options...>] [--] [<pathspec>...]

DESCRIPTION

The git-ssq utility displays the names of files present in the Git repository’s directory, but not added to its contents or index. It does this by running a "git status --short" command and displaying only the names of the files on lines starting with a question mark. It passes all command-line arguments to git-status(1).

RETURN VALUES


.Ex -std

ENVIRONMENT

See git-status(1).

FILES

See git-status(1).

EXAMPLES

Show the files not added to the current Git repository:

    git ssq

Filter only the unknown C source files from the src/ subdirectory:

    git ssq src | egrep -e ’.c$’

SEE ALSO

git-status(1)

HISTORY

The git-ssq utility was written by
.An Peter Pentchev in 2012.

AUTHORS


.An Peter Penchev <roam@ringlet.net>
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