Often with Git, you’ll need to refer back to an earlier version of a project. Commits are stored chronologically in the repository and can be viewed with:
From the terminal, log a list of your commits.
In the output, notice:
- A 40-character code, called a SHA, that uniquely identifies the commit. This appears in orange text.
- The commit author (you!)
- The date and time of the commit
- The commit message
Click “Next” to continue.