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How to find out when to a git repository was last committed?

2013-01-15 by t.glaser@tarent.de (EvolvisForge blog)
Tags: work debian
git log -n 1 --all --full-history --pretty=format:'%cD'

This should™ scan all branches, take the chronologically last commit and output its committer date. Still doesn’t take into account git-receive-pack times, but we can just look at the mtime of the projectname-commits@lists.forgename mailing list for that.

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