Git diff only show file names with changes

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:

git diff

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.

Install WordPress From Mac Os X terminal bash/shell/terminal profile function

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

vim ~/.bash_profile

and paste the following code into it.

wp-install(){
	wget http://wordpress.org/latest.tar.gz;
 	tar xfz latest.tar.gz;
	mv wordpress/* ./;
	rmdir ./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.