GIT-PROTIP: Copy Most Recent Commit Hash

I often have the need to get the latest commit hash on my current branch so I can reference it on GitHub in response to a comment on a pull request. My workflow was always:

  1. Make code changes
  2. Commit changes
  3. Run git log
  4. Copy latest commit hash
  5. Run git push
  6. Paste the commit hash into GitHub

I decided to make this workflow a little easier by adding an alias for the following command which cuts out steps 3 and 4:

I aliased this command to glc and now I just run that alias and the latest commit hash is copied to my clipboard and ready to be pasted into GitHub.

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