View commits in a specific date range

Git, Repository, Commit

Prints all commits in the specified date range.

  • Use git log --since=<date-from> --until=<date-to> to view a log of all commits between <date-from> and <date-to>.
  • You can use only --since=<date-from> to see all commits since a specific date or only --until=<date-to> to view all commits up to a specific date
  • Use arrow keys to navigate, press Q to exit.
git log [--since=<date-from>] [--until=<date-to>]
Examples
git log --since='Apr 1 2021' --until='Apr 4 2021'
# commit c191f90c7766ee6d5f24e90b552a6d446f0d02e4
# Author: 30 seconds of code
# Date: Tue Apr 6 11:11:08 2021 +0300
# [...]

git log --since='2 weeks ago'
# commit c191f90c7766ee6d5f24e90b552a6d446f0d02e4
# Author: 30 seconds of code
# Date: Tue Apr 6 11:11:08 2021 +0300
# [...]

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