If you just want to see a list of files with changes in the .git repository you are in then just fire terminal up and run the following command.
git diff --name-only
For a more detailed view of all changed files:
For a detailed view of just one file:
git diff application/routes.php
Show all un-committed / un-tracked files
git ls-files --other --exclude-standard
Undo the last commit
git reset --hard HEAD^1
All pretty useful git diff commands.
Sometimes staying on top of the latest version of WordPress can be quite annoying when your testing things locally or rolling out regular wordpress sites. I normally install with .svn but this is a neat little bash script function I threw together to grab the latest version of WordPress and unzip into the current directory through Mac OS X Terminal command.
Open up your
and paste the following code into it.
tar xfz latest.tar.gz;
mv wordpress/* ./;
rm -f latest.tar.gz;
Now quit and re-open terminal or type ./profile for the changes to take effect.
CD into the desired directory and type wp-install and let magic behold you, you’ll shortly have the latest version of WordPress downloaded and installed.