git repository browser uses author time instead of commit time for ordering
The git repository browser seems to be ordering commits using the "author" time instead of the "commit" time (git difference authoring and committing). It makes more sense to use the "commit" time (this is how git log and git web and other history viewers arrange patches).
#2 Updated by Leandro Lucarella about 12 years ago
You can use
git log --pretty=fuller, for example (a commit with different
commit c17203c111fde640e620095c1d93b42d460c73e4 Author: Leandro Lucarella <email@example.com> AuthorDate: Sun Oct 19 20:16:55 2008 -0200 Commit: Leandro Lucarella <firstname.lastname@example.org> CommitDate: Mon Oct 20 00:35:20 2008 -0200
You can also do
git log --pretty=format:"%cd [hash] to get only the commit time of a single commit =)
You can see the man page with
git log --help if you need to easily get other commit info, the section called PRETTY FORMATS is the one with all the formatting specification.