I find a lot of answers on how to reference a GitHub issue in a git commit (using the #xxx notation). I'd like to reference a commit in my comment, generating a link to the commit details page?
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~ Asked on 2012-01-18 12:43:01
To reference a commit, simply write its SHA-hash, and it'll automatically get turned into a link.
~ Answered on 2012-01-18 12:47:50
Answer above is missing an example which might not be obvious (it wasn't to me).
Url could be broken down into parts
https://github.com/liufa/Tuplinator/commit/f36e3c5b3aba23a6c9cf7c01e7485028a23c3811 \_____/\________/ \_______________________________________/ | | | Account name | Hash of revision Project name
Hash can be found here (you can click it and will get the url from browser).
Hope this saves you some time.
~ Answered on 2016-02-09 16:32:52